"bonsoir, monsieur," was the sharp reply, and the window was lowered with a bang.
"bonsoir, dear friend," she greeted me in her delicious voice.
The "bonsoir, mon ami," of the first was frank and kind as usual, but I was immediately struck with a change in his manner.
I said 'bonsoir' to you before, when you passed me in the street.
"I have the honour to wish madame a bonsoir," said he, but the lady was still sulky and vouchsafed no answer.
You 'd certainly have won all my gold; and now you must leave off in the midst of your good fortune—and so, bonsoir, et revanche.'
A selection of the untruths published in the French press during the war has been reproduced by the Paris journal, bonsoir.
bonsoir et bon voyage—tak' care for you—prenez garde pour les sauvages.
The comedy, which was a translation of bonsoir, Monsieur Pantalon, was even better.
"bonsoir," said he, turning a blushing, delighted face towards us.