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Different ways to say have a good night/Cute ways to say goodnight

Different ways to say goodnight / Cute ways to say goodnight

In English, there are different ways to say have a good night to a friend, a girl, a parent, a child, etc.

Here is a list of expressions and phrases / interesting ways to say goodnight to your beloved ones.

What can I say instead of goodnight? / What do you say in a goodnight text?

Different ways to say have a good night /Cute ways to say goodnight

  • Night!
  • Night-night. (it’s usually said to a kid).
  • Nite-nite.
  • Sleep well.
  • Sleep tight.
  • Sweet dreams.
  • Pleasant dreams.
  • Dream of me.
  • Dream about me.
  • Good night, my love.
  • Nighty night. (this is usually said to children).
  • Have a good sleep.
  • Time to dream.
  • Go to bed, you sleepy head!
  • Goodnight my little princess/prince.
  • Until tomorrow!
  • Sleep with angels.
  • Have sea dreams.
  • See you in the morning!
  • I hope to find you in my dreams.
  • I’ll see you in my dreamland.
  • Sleep tight. Don’t let the bedbugs bite. (This is usually said to a child).
  • Let’s start counting the sheeps.
  • I’ll be right here when you wake up.
  • I’ll be dreaming of you.
  • Have a goodnight, the little love of my life. (usually said to a kid)
  • Good night, the love of my life.
  • Time to ride the rainbow to dreamland.
  • Rest time for blossoms
  • Tomorrow is not soon enough. Let’s prepare.
  • I hope to find you in my dreams.
  • So grateful to have you. Goodnight!
  • Call me when you wake up so I can hear your voice.
  • I think I’ll say good night.
  • It’s past my bedtime.
  • Don’t let the bed bugs bite!
  • Don’t forget to say your prayers.
  • Falling asleep. Have a good night.

Different ways to say have a good night

different ways to say goodnight

Different ways to say I’m going to bed

  • It’s bedtime.
  • I’m going to sleep.
  • I’m off to bed.
  • I’m going to bed.
  • I’m going to crash (slang).
  • I’m going to hit the hay.
  • Hit the shucks
  • I think I’ll say goodnight now.
  • I’m going to hit the sack.
  • I’m going up the golden stairs
  • I think I’ll retire for the night.
  • I think I’ll turn in.
  • I’m going up the wooden hill.
  • I’m going to turn in for the night.
  • I’m going to the roost.
  • Going to the rack.
  • I’ll get some sleep-eye.
  • I’m going to get some shut.

Check the meaning and examples of the expression “check for me” here.