A line from the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare; Juliet is saying good night to Romeo. Their sorrowful parting is also “sweet” because it makes them think about the next time they will see each other.
noun, Metallurgy. 1. the line at which two closed dies or two halves of a mold meet. 2. a corresponding line or seam appearing on a molded or cast object.
- Parting of the ways
stood at the parting of the way.” [ c. 1600 ]
noun 1. a threat, insult, condemnation, sarcastic retort, or the like, uttered upon leaving. noun 1. a hostile remark or gesture delivered while departing Also called Parthian shot A final insult or last word in an argument, as in As she stalked out, Jane hurled as a parting shot, “And I quit!” This idiom apparently […]
noun 1. a strip, as of wood, used to keep two parts separated, as one in each side of the frame of a window to keep the sashes apart when lowered or raised. noun 1. a thin strip of wood, metal, etc, used to separate two adjoining materials