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adieu -- (French)
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "Adieu, adieu, dearest Edmond!" cried Mercedes, stretching out her arms to him from the balcony.
  • "Adieu, adieu, dearest Edmond!" cried Mercedes, stretching out her arms to him from the balcony.
  • Adieu, my dear Gerard, and at your next journey alight at my door.
  • Steps approach—I go—adieu.
  • "Adieu, adieu!" murmured the old man, clasping Edmond’s hand convulsively—"adieu!"
  • "Adieu, adieu!" murmured the old man, clasping Edmond’s hand convulsively—"adieu!"
  • "Adieu, adieu!" murmured the old man, clasping Edmond’s hand convulsively—"adieu!"
  • Adieu; I go far from men who thus so bitterly injure each other.
  • I saw her this morning, and bade her adieu.
  • "And now, once more, adieu," said Morrel.
  • He was attired as he had been on the previous evening, and waved his pocket-handkerchief to his guest in token of adieu.
  • "There, do you hear?" observed Gaetano; "he is bidding you adieu."
  • Adieu, your excellency; depend upon me as firmly as I do upon you.
  • Adieu, mademoiselle.
  • Adieu—adieu!
  • Adieu—adieu!
  • Having seen Jacopo fairly out of the harbor, Dantes proceeded to make his final adieus on board The Young Amelia, distributing so liberal a gratuity among her crew as to secure for him the good wishes of all, and expressions of cordial interest in all that concerned him.
  • "Amen!" responded Caderousse, waving his hand in token of adieu to Danglars, and bending his steps towards the Allees de Meillan, moving his head to and fro, and muttering as he went, after the manner of one whose mind was overcharged with one absorbing idea.
  • In that case I must say adieu to you, as I am compelled to go to Naples, and shall not return hither before Saturday evening or Sunday morning.
  • Adieu, then, sir, and do not forget the prescription.
  • Adieu; I will go and try if there are any means of speaking to him.
  • "Adieu, Valentine, adieu!" said Morrel, bowing.
  • "Adieu, Valentine, adieu!" said Morrel, bowing.
  • "Adieu, Valentine," repeated Morrel.
  • "Adieu, then, till we meet again," said Valentine, tearing herself away.
  • Thanks, thanks, dear love, adieu!
  • Then adieu, Valentine!
  • Adieu!
  • Valentine and Morrel were exchanging their adieux in the presence of Noirtier when a ring was heard at the door-bell.
  • Adieu, my lord,’ murmured my mother, determining quietly to await the approach of death.
  • "Adieu, then, until five o’clock; be punctual, and we shall arrive at twelve or one."
  • Adieu, then, Edmond; I have nothing more to ask of heaven—I have seen you again, and have found you as noble and as great as formerly you were.
  • Adieu, Edmond, adieu, and thank you.
  • Adieu, Edmond, adieu, and thank you.
  • "Adieu, madame," replied the king’s attorney, as in an almost joyful manner he conducted her to the door.
  • And now, my dear child, adieu for the present.
  • Once more farewell, my dear sister; Emmanuel, adieu!
  • Adieu, my noble and generous friend, adieu; I will go and tell Valentine what you have done for me.
  • Adieu, my noble and generous friend, adieu; I will go and tell Valentine what you have done for me.
  • adieu, my friend—adieu, my father!
  • adieu, my friend—adieu, my father!
  • "Gone," murmured Valentine; "adieu, my sweet Haidee—adieu, my sister!"
  • "Gone," murmured Valentine; "adieu, my sweet Haidee—adieu, my sister!"
  • Adieu, my friend, adieu!
  • Adieu, my friend, adieu!
  • "Adieu, sir," she said.
  • Adieu, my kind friends!
  • Adieu, Paris, adieu!
  • Adieu, Paris, adieu!
  • Adieu till then.
  • Adieu, sir.
  • Adieu.
  • Adieu!
  • "Oh, my mother!" exclaimed Albert, so overcome he could scarcely speak; "it is not the same with you and me—you cannot have made the same resolution I have, for I have come to warn you that I bid adieu to your house, and—and to you."
  • I saw you were unhappy, and your unhappiness interested me; that’s all; but since you believe I act for my own account, adieu, my dear friend, get out of the affair as best you may;" and Danglars rose as if he meant to depart.
  • "Adieu, sir," said the magistrate, who had risen from his seat; "I leave you, bearing a remembrance of you—a remembrance of esteem, which I hope will not be disagreeable to you when you know me better; for I am not a man to bore my friends, as you will learn.

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  • Only adieu, mon plaisir, may we meet again.
    Fyodor Dostoyevsky  --  Crime and Punishment
  • You can perhaps think it is a little thing, Stingo, but it is to permit someone to die without a farewell, an adieu, a single word of comfort or understanding that is so terrible to bear.
    William Styron  --  Sophie’s Choice

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