kindest regards

kindest regards

A common, semi-formal valediction (used to say farewell at the end of a letter or other written message; also known as a complimentary close) expressing well wishes to the recipient. I hope I'll have the chance of meeting with you again soon. Kindest regards, Brian
See also: kind, regard
References in classic literature ?
"Kindest regards. And you may say, that I mean to call upon her soon.
My husband sends to you both his kindest regards and best wishes.
I do hope it isn't too dreary and amateur for you - but it comes with heartfelt good wishes and kindest regards from the apologetic artist.
I do hope it isn't too dreary and amateur for you but it comes with heartfelt good wishes and kindest regards from the apologetic artist.
Kindest Regards, and all the best, Sam Newman, London, ON
"Condolences and kindest regards to all concerned."
Berdymukhammedov sent his kindest regards of Turkmen people to Turkish people and expressed his best wishes for the new year.
My best wishes and kindest regards to the staff and management of the unit.
Leonard Pitts my kindest regards. I look forward to reading his columns in our Arizona Republic.
If anybody knows any information, I would love to hear from them, thanks very much and kindest regards Trevor Hird.
I might well be trying the lottery tomorrow night, so I'll be eagerly awaiting Rhodri's kindest regards in the morning post.
Please give my kindest regards to Bunnie when you write to him, and love to the kiddies,
- Kindest regards from my Father & mother to Mrs Brown and love to our dear little friends - [illegible] my dear Mr Brown believe me gratefully & affectionatly Yours
"Our condolences and kindest regards go out to husband Ron and all the family."