Then drawing on her gloves she offered me her hand, with a frank, “good-night, Mr. Scott,” and walked out.
And that was to say good-night to the Colonel, and more frigidly to Miss Carvel herself.
“good-night,” said the Judge, without taking his eyes from the man on the floor.
But Polly was relieved when they had said good-night and were gone.
good-night, mother; these are sad times, but we must not lose courage.
Edward saw his mother to the door and kissed her good-night.
The housekeeper then bade him good-night, saying that she was going at once to her room.
The teacher assented, and Beatrice shook hands with her and bade her good-night.
So, friend Baraja, I wish you good-night—go to sleep yourself.
"good-night," he returned, with an admiring glance, and in a tone of admiration not unnoticed by the girl.
An exclamation of surprise, irritation, emphasis, etc: Good night! Must you chew that gum so loud?
[1880s+; a euphemism for good God]