“adios, amiga mia,” she said, her eyes innocently turning from the Señora Simpson to scan stealthily the northern slope.
The Gringos B. M. Bower
adios, señores, adios; I do not think we shall ever meet again.
Under the Chilian Flag Harry Collingwood
He had observed the waving of that white kerchief; and as he stood by the stand he had seen to whom the “adios” was addressed.
The White Chief Mayne Reid
If you will excuse us, therefore, we will bid you adios and go forthwith.
Harry Escombe Harry Collingwood
He remained for quite a while observing the performance intently and then got up and said, “adios!”
Little Pills, An Army Story Robert Henderson McKay
I could hear the voice, sad and sweet in the distance, calling back, “adios!”
The Rifle Rangers Captain Mayne Reid
“adios, Señor,” said the man politely, and Ned repeated his “adios” in the same tone.
The Texan Scouts Joseph A. Altsheler
The adios was soon said, and I started for the street again.
Tramping with Tramps Josiah Flynt
His riders saluted me as their old chief in passing, calling, “Buenas dias seor, adios!”
Curly Roger Pocock
After Florence had translated this message, the two girls called, “adios!”
The Mystery of Carlitos Helen Randolph
1837, American English, from Spanish adios, from phrase a dios vos acomiendo “I commend you to God” (see adieu).
Asian Dust Input to the Oceanic System
variant of before a vowel: adipic.
a salt or ester of adipic acid. an alkyd resin derived from adipic acid.
- Adipic acid
a white, crystalline, slightly water-soluble solid, C 6 H 10 O 4 , used chiefly in the synthesis of nylon. Historical Examples I said, “Well, adipic acid is a known polyester ingredient.” The Professional Approach Charles Leonard Harness noun a colourless crystalline solid used in the preparation of nylon. Formula: HOOC(CH2)4COOH
a combining form with the meaning “fat, fatty tissue,” used in the formation of compound words: adipocere. adipo- or adip- pref. Fat: adipocyte.