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well-wish (plural well-wishes)
- (usually in the plural) An expression of positive regard and hopes for good fortune.
- 2012, Tanya Michaels, Mistletoe Hero, →ISBN:
- “Patrick Flannery?” Lilah grinned. “He is cute. Maybe you should take him some soup and well-wishes.”
- 2015, Robert A. Neimeyer, Techniques of Grief Therapy: Assessment and Intervention, →ISBN:
- Select someone to whom you can at least pretend to send well-wishes.
- 2016, Natalia Hatton, Growth in the Wilderness, →ISBN:
- Over the years there have been many well-wishes as a New Year dawns, certainties that this would be the year for our miracles.
- To express well-wishes; to wish someone well.
- 2011, Nicole Conn, Elena Undone, →ISBN:
- She kept an eye on Nash as he shoved his hands deep into his pockets, as Barry well-wished other congregants outside the doors of the church.
- 2013, Dennis Wheatley, The Satanist, →ISBN:
- Then you are welcomed and well-wished by all present and ceremony is concluded.
- 2015, Calvin E. Sturdivant, A Railroad Ran Through It, →ISBN:
- We shook hands and well-wished.