good luck; success: to wish someone good speed.
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Edgar Johnson, 1871–1962, U.S. Biblical scholar and translator.
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How to use good speed in a sentence
The weather was favoring, the little brig making good speed, and the Mediterranean offered no dangers to the skipper.Historic Adventures | Rupert S. Holland
Meanwhile Pezpeza was coming along the buffalo-path at a fairly good speed.Red Hunters And the Animal People | Charles A. Eastman
The merry chimes floated over the water, and bade him good speed.
These engines were heavy, but very powerful, and were found to move at good speed under steam and to manœuvre well.A History of the Growth of the Steam-Engine | Robert H. Thurston
On our way we met several large nuggars with their peculiar sails, going at good speed.Our Caughnawagas in Egypt | Louis Jackson