good riddance, I thought, and I didn't plan on ever coming back.
He's clearly a troubled man, but he's also a gonif and a loser, so good riddance to him.
good riddance, say many—but such distinctions have brought us things like, you know, medicine.
Michael C. Moynihan says good riddance to the failed pontiff.
I can only imagine the blogosphere lighting up with what will be some version of “good riddance.”
But as no junk-man came, and as no one could be found to care for its now sadly battered hulk, its good riddance became a problem.
We must use him well, but he will soon be gone, and a good riddance.
Also, most of the professors would whisper "good riddance" to themselves.
good riddance; just see if they opened the door to her again.
I always thought it was a good riddance to bad rubbidge when Pindar went away.