Definition of Sayonara

1. Noun. A farewell remark. "They said their good-byes"




Definition of Sayonara

1. Interjection. (informal) goodbye, adieu ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sayonara

1. goodby [n -S] - See also: goodby

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sayonara

sayed
sayeds
sayeret
sayest
sayeth
sayid
sayids
sayin'
saying
sayings
saymaster
saymasters
sayne
sayon
sayonara (current term)
sayonaras
sayons
sayrite
says
says me
says who
sayso
sayst
sayth
sayyid
sayyids
saz
sazeracs
sazes

Literary usage of Sayonara

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1. The Tribune Almanac and Political Registerby Horace Greeley by Horace Greeley (1891)
"Fair day, wind fresh from southwest The Glorian» won In the sloop claw, beating sayonara, 23 m 53 s., and Barbara 14 m. 38 ял actual time. ..."

2. Mysterious Japan by Julian Street (1921)
"... Red Carpet—Our Trunks Depart—Tokyo's Night-time Sounds—Tipping and Noshi —The Etiquette of Farewells—sayonara MY LAST days in Japan were my best days, ..."

3. With Kuroki in Manchuria by Frederick Palmer (1904)
"XXVII sayonara WHEN I left Liaoyang on September loth, no one thought that an enemy which had been driven out of a strong defensive position would be ..."

4. With Kuroki in Manchuria by Frederick Palmer (1904)
"XXVII sayonara WHEN I left Liaoyang on September loth, no one thought that an enemy which had been driven out of a strong defensive position would be ..."

5. The Bibelot: A Reprint of Poetry and Prose for Book Lovers, Chosen in Part by John Keats, Thomas Bird Mosher (1900)
"sayonara I1 Other damsels dance for you : sayonara, sayonara I Sweetest flowers that ever blew: Curtseying crocus, iris tall: Ah, their dances never pall ..."

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