from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • CapeFarewell The southernmost point of Greenland.


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  • I know no time so fitting to say a long farewell for both of us as this -- Farewell, then. '

    Told in a French Garden August, 1914

  • So farewell hope, and with hope farewell fear, Farewell remorse; all good to me is lost.

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  • Mike Griffin Bids Farewell is the next entry in this blog.

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  • The cask of Oakham Bishops Farewell is a full firkin which is about 80 pints.


  • British noble Peter Farewell is banished from his country when his father realized that he is a were-dragon; shape-shifters are killed in England because Queen Victoria believes they are abominations.

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  • Hail and Farewell is his often biting three-volume memoir of the Irish literary Renaissance at the turn of the last century; upon publication of the third volume, the New York Times opined that "if Mr. Moore revisits Ireland he is the bravest man in the world."

    Sean nós

  • But I never heard the name Farewell until - do you recall?

    The Confession of Brother Haluin

  • We could not tea ourselves away from each other nor persuade ourselves to say the word Farewell!


  • There are actually three directors in "Farewell": Mr. Carion; Guillaume Canet ( "Tell No One") who plays Pierre, the charmless engineer and reluctant courier of top-secret information, and Emir Kusturica ( "Underground"), who plays Grigoriev, aka Farewell, a world-weary, Francophile KGB colonel with a taste for cognac and a long view of history: The end is near, he knows; let's bring it nearer.

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  • But what may cause astonishment is that they could possibly have been ill-interpreted, as they were; and, above all, that this touching "Farewell" -- which made Madame de Staël say she would gladly have been unhappy, like Lady Byron, to draw it forth -- that it should not have had power to rescue her heart from its apathy, and bring her to the feet of her husband, or at least into his arms.

    Lord Byron jugé par les témoins de sa vie. English


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