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.
She is going to the coast for the season, and I called to-night to say au revoir.
In Waterloo Station once more, the station in which he had said so many "good-byes," we said au revoir again.
“‘Say au revoir, but not good-by,’” sang Miss Sherborne sentimentally.
Comrades said good-bye when it would have been more cheering to have said au revoir.
"Well, au revoir," he cried in a strained voice, and then fled down the stairs.
"au revoir, gentlemen," said the devil Mercurius; and once more fixed his tail round the neck of his disappointed companion.
"au revoir," she whispered, her eyes intensely searching into his.
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.