My Dear Mentor, Please make my adieux
to your aunt, and exult within yourself, for `Lazy Laurence' has gone to his grandpa, like the best of boys.
no baggage, not a hat-box, valise, or carpet-bag, --no friends accompany him to the wharf with their adieux
were limited to a hasty bow, and then I pushed forward, trusting to my own resources; for the porter's lodge is untenanted as yet.
were on this side longer and more tender than they had been on the other--not that M.
You may go and offer your adieux
and mine to Madame de Saint-Remy.
And we made our adieux
, and escaped, while the Earl was still absorbed in examining the mysterious bouquet.
To dissipate the sadness of this recital Tess went and bade all her favourite cows goodbye, touching each of them with her hand, and as she and Clare stood side by side at leaving, as if united body and soul, there would have been something peculiarly sorry in their aspect to one who should have seen it truly; two limbs of one life, as they outwardly were, his arm touching hers, her skirts touching him, facing one way, as against all the dairy facing the other, speaking in their adieux
as "we", and yet sundered like the poles.
He thought the adieux
of Montague and Ada Dyas as fine as anything he had ever seen Croisette and Bressant do in Paris, or Madge Robertson and Kendal in London; in its reticence, its dumb sorrow, it moved him more than the most famous histrionic outpourings.
The office of the dead being celebrated, the last adieux
paid to the noble departed, the assembly dispersed, talking, along the roads, of the virtues and mild death of the father, of the hopes the son had given, and of his melancholy end upon the arid coast of Africa.
A moment later Carthoris had made his adieux
to Thuvan Dihn and his nobles, and with lights twinkling had risen into the star-shot void of the Martian night.
Casaubon had said, "I met him outside, and we made our final adieux
, I believe," saying this with the air and tone by which we imply that any subject, whether private or public, does not interest us enough to wish for a further remark upon it.
The gig rolled on; I looked back; my dear mother and sister were still standing at the door, looking after me, and waving their adieux