to a fare-thee-well






to a fare-thee-well

to perfection

thoroughly - US

This expression is of late 18th century American origin and is also found in the form to a fare-you-well.

1911 - R. D. Saunders - Colonel Todhunter – The fight's begun and we've got to rally around old Bill Strickland to a fare-you-well.




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