conge[ kon-zhey, -jey; French kawn-zhey ]SEE DEFINITION OF conge
Synonyms for conge
- bow out
- going away
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONGE
Madama made her conge, and hoped "El Senora Maria un asiento."
Her high hereditary Majesty smiled on me when she gave Leicester conge and fiery quittance.
William Barlow (1549-54) was translated from St. David's without even the form of a conge d'elire.
If a writer could not do their work the way they wanted it done he was not long in getting his conge.
We found the General had been wounded at Maubeuge, and was now absent on conge for the recovery of his health.
We found the General had been wounded at Maubeuge, and was now abſent on conge for the recovery of his health.