Definition of Adios

1. Noun. A farewell remark. "They said their good-byes"




Definition of Adios

1. interj. Adieu; farewell; good-by; -- chiefly used among Spanish-speaking people.

Definition of Adios

1. Interjection. goodbye ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Adios

1. used to express farewell [interj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adios

adiathermic
adicities
adicity
adiemorrhysis
adience
adient
adient behaviour
adieu
adieus
adieux
adimensional
adimolol
adinkra
adinkras
adiopocere
adios (current term)
adipamidase
adipamide
adipamides
adipate
adipates
adipectomy
adiphenine hydrochloride
adipic
adipic acid
adipic acids
adipimidate
adipimidates
adipiodone
adipo-

Literary usage of Adios

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1. Narratives of South America, Illustrating Manners, Customs, and Scenery by Charles Empson (1836)
"adios ! adios ! adios ! The sluggish blood creeps through your veins, ... adios ! adios ! adios ! Like the pure breeze our thoughts are free : Ye bear the ..."

2. Dark Days in Chile: An Account of the Revolution of 1891 by Maurice H. Hervey (1892)
"... Naval Skirmish—adios—Moraga the Lamb—A Clover Kuse—Captain Cook saves us—A Naval Duel declined—Wo rejoin the Imperial—Bombardment of Iquique—Bombardment ..."

3. The Real Ramona of Helen Hunt Jackson's Famous Novel by David Andrew Hufford (1900)
"... the Indian may seem to be, they have a sensitive nature, and before you are entirely through, they get right up and say " adios " — and that settles it. ..."

4. The Land of the Blessed Virgin: Sketches and Impressions in Andalusia by William Somerset Maugham (1920)
"Getting adios up at five to catch my boat, I went down to the harbour; a grey mist hung over ... Of course the intention of this book is not to induce adios ..."

5. Rangers and Sovereignty by Dan W. Roberts (1914)
"adios Rangers In the fall of 1882, we found ourselves becoming inactive, as our primary work abated, in a sense that was gratifying to our past effort, ..."

6. Reminiscences of a Ranchman by Edgar Beecher Bronson (1908)
"CHAPTER TWELVE adios TO DEADMAN FOR me the range situation in '82 was a most painful dilemma. I loved the Deadman Ranch ..."

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