- n. Act of extending good wishes to someone else.
- adj. Extending good wishes.
- adj. extending good wishes for success
- n. an expression of good will from one person to another
“The bride, groom, her godparents and other honored guests emerge from the well-wishing, together with four men holding up the white ribbon adorned wardrobe, and yes, dancing with it.”
“Even though most of the comments came in the inoffensive guise of harmless well-wishing, the lack of privacy in both her love life and job situation bothered her.”
“Yet, while the New York Times led media banter about the launch of the Oprah Winfrey Network and its innovative online marketing campaign that invited the American public to compete for the coveted spot of having one's "OWN" show, there was another important story unfolding beneath the media good cheer and well-wishing.”
“The subsequent wedding scene is saved by the frozen image of the coins thrown up by the happy groom to be eagerly caught by the well-wishing crowd: from first to last, it was all about the cash.”
“By using “Happy Holidays” I am polite, which is my first concern, and well-wishing, which is my second.”
“Well?" he demanded abruptly, and in the pause, while twenty faces wreathed in smiles and twenty pairs of dark eyes glowed luminously with well-wishing pleasure, he wiped the lingering drops of gin and milk from his hairy lips.”
“Mother's Day was high season in this well-wishing business but when she noticed how many competitors there were already, K. had moved into a corner of the market that was empty as of yet: her cards were wishing bad things on people.”
“That's how the well-wishing term, "Break a Leg", came into being.”
“We are getting accustomed to the idea that countries need to discover their own routes to progress, and that well-wishing outsiders should start by understanding country systems better pdf.”
“Roger Rees is so charming, so skilled at turning acquaintances into acolytes, that when he opens Tuesday in the Broadway musical "The Addams Family"—he's replacing Nathan Lane as Gomez, the pencil-mustached paterfamilias of a very perverse clan—bouquets and well-wishing missives will surely crowd him out of his dressing room.”
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