from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A wish of happiness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A good or favorable wish; a benevolent desire.
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An impressively stellar roster of guests - most of them appearing live - dropped by to well-wish on the final edition of King's 25-year-old nightly talk show.
The result so far is a collection of sterile well-wish videos and quotidian clips of home life.
Someone who loves me sent me this highbrow Easter well-wish.
This slightly absurd well-wish had become ubiquitous, completely obligatory, and because of that, completely meaningless.
May Steve Jobs live to be 120 - Filed under: Apple Inc (AAPL), Technology This is a well-wish for Apple CEO Steve Jobs, recovering after a liver transplant required following complications from a form of pancreatic cancer.
I take it as a friendly well-wish, not as a rude presumption that I celebrate the day as the birth Jesus Christ.
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