1 But the quick thudding only increased as she heard him call a final farewell and walk into the front hall.
2 Bidding farewell to them was like closing a door forever on a part of her life, a bitter, harsh part but one which she recalled with a nostalgic satisfaction.
3 The latter had already planned to return to town after a farewell Sunday with her friends; and, with Gerty Farish's aid, had discovered a small private hotel where she might establish herself for the winter.
4 Then Jurgis bade farewell, and went on his way.
5 He would have to bid farewell to his summer cleanliness, of course, for he would come out of the first night's lodging with his clothes alive with vermin.
6 And so Jurgis bade farewell to the master wizard, and went out.
7 A crowd of all the old and young hands on the place stood gathered around it, to bid farewell to their old associate.
8 Mr. Skeggs, with his palmetto on and his cigar in his mouth, walks around to put farewell touches on his wares.
9 A hack now drove to the door, and the friendly family who had received the fugitives crowded around them with farewell greetings.
10 Of our other characters we have nothing very particular to write, except a word relating to Miss Ophelia and Topsy, and a farewell chapter, which we shall dedicate to George Shelby.
11 Isaac accordingly bade his friend farewell, and about an hour's riding brought him before the Preceptory of Templestowe.
12 Till which merry meeting, we wish you farewell.
13 So saying, he took an affectionate farewell of Ivanhoe, who expressed an anxious desire to attend upon his deliverer.
14 And as a matter of fact, I suppose your greatest thrill comes from being able to say a temporary farewell to all this.
15 He learnt that she had fallen into a deep sleep, from which she would waken, either to recovery and life, or to bid them farewell, and die.