- n. Plural form of thank-you.
“Still, they managed splendidly, jotting names on a slip of paper and literally cutting it in half to divide the thank-yous, which elicited cheering from their guests.”
“And Marcus Aurelius is not obsessed with his own celebrity or achievements; the first section of the book is a series of thank-yous to the influential people in his life for their wisdom and intelligence.”
“I have sincerely appreciated the many email thank-yous I have received since message 100,000.”
“After smiles and more thank-yous, Pastor Nahum said to his wife: We should put away the ball and prepare the evening meal.”
“Yep, booze -- and then we just pour on a lot of thank-yous.”
“May 1, 2010: Houston's difficulties persist in Glasgow, where The Scotsman observes, It was obvious from this performance that she has lost her vocal agility, her stamina, her poise and her wits — or so it seemed from her nervous laughter, repetitive thank-yous and rambling personal tributes.”
“After being introduced by his children, Brown offered emotional thank-yous to his colleagues, friends and family.”
“She held her heart and waved and mouthed thank-yous to an adoring crowd, and when it was all said and done, and everyone had skated, she was in a dream position, ensconced in third place, a whopping 6.6 points ahead of Japan's Miki Ando, who is in fourth place.”
“We receive praise and repeated thank-yous, yet all we are doing is what we know best: helping animals in need.”
“As such, most of the “questions” at the hearing consisted of thank-yous from members of the Coalition for a Sustainable 520 — a group with which McGinn allied himself in February — and friendly “questions” like, “Do you plan to continue keeping the communities involved and listening to them?””
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