Origin of send-off
How to use send-off in a sentence
In the end, it was just what we signed up for: a big, splashy British sendoff that will put us into instant Olympic withdrawal.The Spice Girls Reunite for Closing Ceremony; Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell Take The Stage|Isabel Wilkinson|August 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Unlike other students, however, she got a sendoff from the commander in chief.Intern's Memoir Details Affair With President Kennedy|Matthew DeLuca|February 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was a far cry from the sendoff for Gen. Colin Powell in a 1993 ceremony that drew two presidents and the defense Secretary.
Not exactly a rousing sendoff for young men and women off to fight and perhaps die.
A man who was branded Wacko Jacko turned out to get the biggest sendoff we will probably ever see.
Whit like a sendoff did yer wuman gie ye, Sandy, when ye left for France?Funny Stories Told By The Soldiers|Carleton B. Case
The deceased has had a fine funeral and a good sendoff, and now to business.Seventy Years on the Frontier|Alexander Majors
British Dictionary definitions for send-off
Other Idioms and Phrases with send-off
see send away, def. 1.