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bon voyage

noun bon voy·age \ˌbōⁿ-ˌvi-ˈäzh, ˌbän-; ˌbōⁿ-ˌvwī-ˈäzh, -ˌvwä-ˈyäzh\

Definition of BON VOYAGE

:  farewell —often used interjectionally

Examples of BON VOYAGE

  1. The crowd waved bon voyage as the ship left the dock.
  2. <everyone said their bon voyages as the happy couple left on a cruise for their honeymoon>

Origin of BON VOYAGE

French, literally, good journey!
First Known Use: 15th century

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