au revoir

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She is going to the coast for the season, and I called to-night to say au revoir.

“‘Say au revoir, but not good-by,’” sang Miss Sherborne sentimentally.

"Well, au revoir," he cried in a strained voice, and then fled down the stairs.

"Au revoir," she whispered, her eyes intensely searching into his.

"Au revoir, ma chère," he answered, mastering his voice with all his strength.

"Say 'au revoir,' but not 'good-bye,' sweet Coz," sang Madge lightly.

Then I abandon myself to your protection; au revoir, countess.

The three travelers then jumped into their saddles, and set off, shouting "Au revoir!"

“It is ‘au revoir,’” he replied, in an almost inaudible tone.

"Princesse, au revoir," cried he, stumbling with his tongue as well as with his feet.

WORD ORIGIN

1690s, French, literally "to the seeing again." From revoir (12c.), from Latin revidere.

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