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  • interj. Alternative spelling of Godspeed.


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  • This remark had the effect of making her feel a little more cheerful, they arrived back at the house almost gaily, and the gaiety lasted through her good-bye to Aede and the unexpected influx of the doctor's friends who had come to wish her God-speed, and stayed for drinks.

    Politics 101

  • God-speed, Mike and Brad, may be the wind be at your back. posted by The Mayor at 6: 48 PM

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • God-speed to him, and to the promise he brings for a better America.

    The Sunday Word: A Numbers Game - The Caucus Blog -

  • “Really Henry in your present unnatural state of semi-artistic exaltation my only hope of finishing your house successfully and pleasing you is to get your consent to a few things I have written for and then God-speed you to the Yellowstone.”

    The Five of Hearts

  • Christians they refused to give one another God-speed.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • So they farewelled one another and Manar al-Sana gave God-speed to the ancient dame after the reconciling her with Queen Nur al-Huda.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The idea is old: Alexander of Alexandria in his circular letter describes the Arian heretics as “men whom it is not lawful to salute or to bid God-speed.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Zachary sure is loved and I'm sure he has felt it all along the way - even through his sufferings...may your family all rest up and God-speed on Zachary's full recovery!


  • But—well—God-speed you, as they say in lands of the old culture.

    15 Things a Distributist May Do

  • There appeared many a waving handkerchief, and I received many a warm handshake and “God-speed.”

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton


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