Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See good day, good morning, etc., under good.

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Examples

  • She does not even say good-morning to the man at the wheel when she first comes on deck.

    CHAPTER XVI

  • "And good-morning to you," he responded, rising to his feet and picking up the water-bucket.

    CHAPTER 4

  • She bade him good-morning, blithely, in the Dyea tongue; but he shook his head, and laughed insultingly, and paused in his work to hurl shameful words after her.

    CHAPTER 2

  • As I started toward the weather side I saw him make a sudden motion with his head, which I mistook for a token of recognition and good-morning.

    Chapter 5

  • The cry comes again; it's a good-morning crow from a red-headed rooster!

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Man to the Mansion Born

  • No one had forestalled him with the bad news; so much was plain from Canon Meirion's serene, assured face as he strode across the ward with a civil good-morning already forming on his lips, and a gracious benediction ready to follow it as soon as the prince should mount and ride.

    His Disposition

  • The solo walker is also there exchanging "good-morning" greetings with whoever passes them by.

    The politicians have forgotten. The people have not

  • The solo walker is also there exchanging “good-morning” greetings with whoever passes them by.

    Printing: The politicians have forgotten. The people have not

  • They could not stand still an instant; either it was a friend they wanted to wish good-morning, or it was an enemy they were longing to fly at.

    The South Pole~ The End of the Winter

  • No more familiarity, no more good-morning with a kiss, never more that word so profoundly sweet: “My father!”

    Les Miserables

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