from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

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


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  • Miss Eliza has sighed: '_Good-night, summer, good-night, good-night_,' at her open lattice; and Susie, folding her plump hands, has said: '_Now I lay me_.'"

    The Mistress of Shenstone

  • After saying good-night to Mary, Marvin headed up Chestnut Street, where students from nearby Morehouse and Clark colleges streamed out of dorms and classrooms to gather in the campus quadrangle.

    Burial for a King

  • Before I could take a bite, Beverley, escorted by Nana, appeared for a good-night hug and kiss.

    Arcane Circle

  • When I call late at night to check in and say hi or good-night as the case may be, his first question is always, "Have you ordered yet?"

    Rozanne Gold: Tastes of the Week

  • “Are the doors locked?” were as comforting to Ruby as their good-night kisses on her forehead.

    Ruby Lu Star of the Star of the Show

  • So I'll say good-night and good-by now, for I may not have the opportunity in the morning.

    CHAPTER 27

  • Having effected the exchange, he knocked the ashes from his pipe, gripped my hand good-night, and wandered off through the snow.


  • Then they did their normal good-night signal, two rabbit ears that waved up and down, and then the light went out.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • But let me tell you that your post gave me a great good-night laugh.

    food allergies

  • But their good-night kisses had never tingled, while this one tingled in her brain as wall as on her lip.



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