I was in my consulting-room one morning, and had just said good-bye to the last of my patients, when my servant came in and told me that a lady had called who pressed very earnestly for an interview with me.
Good-bye for the present.
And they bade Prince Nicholas and his heathen retinue good-bye in a mood chastened not by prayer alone.
CHAPTER XXIV THE SECRET OF THE CABINET Godfrey bade me good-bye at the dock and hastened away to the office to write his story, which, I could guess, would be concerned with the manners of Americans, especially with Grady's.
Apollonie now said good-bye with renewed thanks.
CHAPTER II The Role of Good Angel Rushford waved them good-bye from the door as they sallied forth into the bright sunlight, paused a moment to look after them admiringly, and then turned slowly back into the hotel, smiling softly to himself.
Good-bye until Christmas Eve.
'Perhaps you would like to see my place,' he said, as he bade her good-bye on the tender at Liverpool. '
He had no idea of telling me this story, that day when he 'lost his head,' while we were bidding each other good-bye before his journey.
By this time I realized that the man was a maniac, and I had always heard that one must agree with crazy people, so I nodded, and that seemed to satisfy him, and bye and bye after some minutes which seemed like hours to me, he went off to the smoking room.
Would she actually say good-bye without looking at him?
Too much of that May lead you bye and bye through gloomy lanes To a sad wilderness, where one may grope Alone, and always, or until he feels Ferocious and invisible animals That wait for men and eat them in the dark.
That's why I wanted to say the last good-bye out here.