- n. Plural form of adieu.
“The party broke up within an hour and cheerful and affectionate adieux were made.”
“Their adieux were in a conventional tone, which concealed their happiness.”
“With these hasty adieux, Nicholas mounted nimbly to his seat, and waved his hand as gallantly as if his heart went with it.”
“Snittle Timberry vacated the chair, and the company with many adieux and embraces dispersed.”
““Oh, wake him if you can, and carry him off with you!” said Florentine, returning to the salon to receive the adieux of some departing guests.”
“Noon approached, and after many adieux and promises to return, he tore himself away.”
“A second letter told Colonel Watson, The game is up, and send Mrs. Watson, you and Graham my adieux.”
““Give my very best regards and adieux to your cousin.””
“The other gentlemen and ladies de la societe look on and exchange mute adieux with the departing friends.”
“With this reason Poinsinet was obliged to be content; and so paid his rounds of visits, and repeated his dismal adieux.”
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