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An expression of hope for someone's future happiness or welfare, often written at the end of a letter.‘best wishes, Celia’‘we sent our best wishes for a speedy recovery’
best wishes, regards, kind regards, kindest regards, greetings, compliments, compliments of the season, felicitations, respectsView synonyms
- ‘The entire community sends Birdie best wishes for her continued recovery.’
- ‘We wish all our parishioners a very Merry Chirstmas and best wishes for the New Year.’
- ‘In sending her best wishes for her birthday we also wish her good news in her results.’
- ‘The whole community extend to this jovial and Christian man very best wishes for a long and fulfilled retirement.’
- ‘The entire FAS team and the community send her best wishes for her future happiness.’
- ‘Congratulations to the newly weds and very best wishes for the future.’
- ‘Please pass on my thanks to everyone for their support and compliments and their best wishes for my future.’
- ‘But leaving aside esoteric question of etiquette all best wishes for future happiness!’
- ‘Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and very best wishes for the New Year.’
- ‘Very best wishes for the future from all their families and friends.’
- ‘Tommy, best wishes for your special day, and we wish you lots more birthdays.’
- ‘They deserve our best wishes for the future, especially since many of them are now unemployed.’
- ‘Presenting the awards Mary wished the club best wishes for a successful future.’
- ‘So from all your family and friends, happy birthday and best wishes for the future.’
- ‘I find the news and the features so interesting and well written so keep up the good work and best wishes for the next ten years.’
- ‘Congratulations and best wishes for future happiness to all concerned.’
- ‘Many who could not attend sent their best wishes for a successful day.’
- ‘Congratulations to all involved and best wishes for the next twenty!’
- ‘Congratulations to all involved in the marathon and our best wishes for yet another successful season.’
- ‘Their many friends have extended to them warm best wishes for many more years of health, happiness and joy.’
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