Godspeed

noun
God·speed | \ˈgäd-ˈspēd \

Definition of Godspeed 

: a prosperous journey : success bade him Godspeed

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Synonyms & Antonyms for Godspeed

Synonyms

adieu, au revoir, bon voyage, farewell, good-bye (or good-by)

Antonyms

hello

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Examples of Godspeed in a Sentence

a hearty Godspeed was extended to all the departing troops

First Known Use of Godspeed

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Godspeed

Middle English god speid, from the phrase God spede you God prosper you

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Godspeed

noun
God·speed | \ˈgäd-ˈspēd \

Kids Definition of Godspeed

: a wish for success given to a person who is going away

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