"well!" French, literally "let us go," first person plural imperative of aller "to go."
allons, there is no road yet, but we are all Aarons with rods of our own.
Some one in the second section intoned the regimental march, 'allons, giron.'
The traveller's hind legs are awfully done up; nevertheless, allons!
Then, with the movement of the emigrant readjusting his knapsack, she added, 'allons!
But he omitted to render the following passage: "Et s'il est de bonne meute, allons le laisser courre."
"allons, Gi-may," cried the driver to the horse as he touched him with the whip.
“allons,” said I; and in a few minutes I was seated in the stage-box of the handsomest theatre in the world.
But Madame Bolivard, as has been remarked, was a brave femme; and allons donc!
My wife slit them; we have no parish flag, so I said—allons!
"allons, mon garçon," said the mayor, "un peu d'aplomb;" and he opened the lid.