Tracy McNicoll on how Francois Hollande said au revoir to former president Sarkozy.
The doctors grinned sardonic disgust; intimated that a serious danger was threatening society, and hinted an au revoir.
"Princesse, au revoir," cried he, stumbling with his tongue as well as with his feet.
In Waterloo Station once more, the station in which he had said so many "good-byes," we said au revoir again.
au revoir, Beauche; I'll keep the best palace in Moscow for you!
Comrades said good-bye when it would have been more cheering to have said au revoir.
She is going to the coast for the season, and I called to-night to say au revoir.
"au revoir, gentlemen," said the devil Mercurius; and once more fixed his tail round the neck of his disappointed companion.
“‘Say au revoir, but not good-by,’” sang Miss Sherborne sentimentally.
How can I say au revoir briefly when there is so much more to tell?
1690s, French, literally "to the seeing again." From revoir (12c.), from Latin revidere.