sendoff

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send +‎ off, from the verb phrase.

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sendoff (plural sendoffs)

  1. A party for a person (i.e. a fellow employee) who is leaving; a farewell party.
    We had a sendoff for our departing colleague as he left for a new job.
  2. A party to recognize the passing (death) of a friend and allow survivors to reminisce about the person's life.

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