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See definition of conge on Dictionary.com
  • as ingoing
  • as inadieu
  • as indeparture
  • as indischarge
  • as indismissal

synonyms for conge

  • abandonment
  • adieu
  • decampment
  • desertion
  • egress
  • egression
  • embarkation
  • emigration
  • escape
  • evacuation
  • exit
  • exodus
  • expatriation
  • farewell
  • flight
  • getaway
  • goodbye
  • hegira
  • migration
  • parting
  • passage
  • powder
  • bow out
  • congé
  • going away
  • quittin
  • farewell
  • goodbye
  • adios
  • leave-taking
  • parting
  • valediction
  • congé
  • so long

antonyms for conge

MOST RELEVANT
  • arrival
  • arriving
  • entrance
  • greeting
  • hello
  • staying
  • hello
  • greeting
  • arrival
  • coming
  • entrance
  • stay
  • greeting
  • hello
  • continuation
  • keeping
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How to use conge in a sentence

And the money-making machine rose and dismissed them, as he had received them, with a short, sharp business conge'.
IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MENDCHARLES READE
Oh, poor fellow, I gave him his coup de conge last night, and he set out for England this morning.
SHARING HER CRIMEMAY AGNES FLEMING
We had no time nor spirits pour prendre conge stuff, but determined to call upon the Bowdlers and Miss Cooper.
THE DIARY AND LETTERS OF MADAME D'ARBLAY, VOL. 1 (OF 3)FANNY BURNEY
We found the General had been wounded at Maubeuge, and was now absent on conge for the recovery of his health.
A RESIDENCE IN FRANCE DURING THE YEARS 1792, 1793, 1794 AND 1795, PART II., 1793AN ENGLISH LADY
We found the General had been wounded at Maubeuge, and was now abſent on conge for the recovery of his health.
A RESIDENCE IN FRANCE DURING THE YEARS 1792, 1793, 1794 AND 1795, COMPLETEAN ENGLISH LADY
Madama made her conge, and hoped "El Senora Maria un asiento."
TOM CRINGLE'S LOGMICHAEL SCOTT
William Barlow (1549-54) was translated from St. David's without even the form of a conge d'elire.
BELL'S CATHEDRALS: THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF WELLSPERCY DEARMER
If a writer could not do their work the way they wanted it done he was not long in getting his conge.
THE FICTION FACTORYJOHN MILTON EDWARDS
In fact, after making my humble conge, extrication became my only object, and I effected a retreat with difficulty.
REAL LIFE IN LONDON, VOLUMES I. AND II.PIERCE EGAN
F appears to have read li, le conge gist en toutes choses la ou ny ad pecche.
SELECTIONS FROM EARLY MIDDLE ENGLISH 1130-1250: PART II: NOTESVARIOUS
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