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- interj. Used as a greeting when meeting somebody for the first time in the morning.
- interj. used to greet someone who has just awakened (irrespective of the time of day).
- interj. Said to someone who has come to a belated realization.
- interj. A greeting said when parting from someone in the morning.
- n. An exercise performed by bending forward at the waist and then returning to a standing posture, while bearing a barbell across the shoulders.
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- n. a conventional expression of greeting or farewell
But I had a lovely little nurse, Miss Stancel, I remember — it's funny how these things come back — that always kissed me good morning and kissed me good-night.
Tommy sniff-tested a half-dozen shirts, finally decided on one, climbed into bed, and was kissing Jody good morning when the sunrise put them out.
Then I sat down and presently, behold, Jubayr and his beloved came out of the bath in the house, and I saw them both wringing their locks. 347 So I wished them good morning and gave them joy of their safety and reunion, saying to Jubayr, ‘That which began with constraint and conditions hath ended in cordial-contentment.’
Sweeping into the parlor, she exchanged a nod and a good morning with Nicholas, already seated at the table’s head.
Foreign Minister Stephen Smith and good morning to our panel,
“Allah yesabbihak bil-kheir,” he returned my good morning — using, of course, the masculine ending.
Sean Lillick stopped by Carrie Masons cubicle to say good morning to her.