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fare thee well

The highest degree; perfection. Wow, you really played that part to a fare thee well—I'm so impressed!
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Whether it is a nursing home encounter, an industry's waste disposal policies, or what have you, an institution's actions can be analyzed to a fare-thee-well. In the name of comprehensiveness, fairness, and legal defensibility, regulators feel bound to take all contingencies into account.
The ghost of the synagogue's former cantor begins to sing at odd moments, and the boyfriend (a goy) intuits that what the ghost wants is for the synagogue to be restored, which he undertakes, ever more obsessively, to do, to the distress of his Jewish cohabitee and with the help of the wise old owner of the corner deli, played to a scenestealing fare-thee-well by Broadway veteran Woody Romoff.
I daresay California, too, would be pelted by a hailstorm of Godspeeds and fare-thee-wells.
The New Yorker magazine has sold an entire issue's advertising pages to Target--which might have angered their readership into fare-thee-wells were it not for the fact that the ad pages are filled with New Yorker style art, i.e., sophisticated, lighthearted, and mostly charming drawings that incorporate or build on the Target logo in creative and colorful ways.