from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- interj. Goodbye.
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- interj. goodbye, adieu
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a farewell remark
How our watery sacs constantly adjust valves to keep us one step shy of liquid or sicca again sayonara
It's time to say "sayonara," and appoint someone with the people's interest at heart.
And now that Simon is saying "sayonara" to "Idol," the big debate today was, who could replace him?
There are celebrations of historic feats -- for example, the "sayonara" home run (in the U.S., a "walk-off") that ended a game attended by the late Emperor Showa, known during his lifetime as Hirohito.
The seamstress shrieked "sayonara" and pelted space with the peas.
'Burgh, there's a report that Santonio may want to say "sayonara" to the Steel City.
It's time to say "sayonara" to the Year of the Ox and make way for the Year of the Tiger.
Cablevision, the Bethpage, N. Y.-based cable operator, says it will only sell digital video services and say "sayonara" to analog television, so to speak.
The transition was a little rocky, but after three months he's saying "sayonara" to Windows.
There are two to go and the gap is slipping away for the break; Fumy says "sayonara" to his erstwhile honourable friends and makes a solo bid - it's doomed, of course, but Fumy has been listening when DS Rudi Kemna talks about "bravura!"
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