What is another word for adieux?

131 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ɐdjˈuːz], [ ɐdjˈuːz], [ ɐ_d_j_ˈuː_z]

Adieux is a French word that means goodbye or farewell. There are several synonyms that can be used to convey the same meaning. These include farewell, bye-bye, adios, cheerio, goodby, sayonara, auf wiedersehen, adieu, and ciao. Each of these words can be used to express a sense of parting or departure from an individual or a place. The choice of the word to use will depend on the location, the situation, and the relationship between the people involved. Whether it is a formal or informal setting, there is always a synonym that can be used to signify a final farewell.

Related words: goodbye in French, farewell, good night, adieu, French goodbye, French farewell, French good night, goodnight

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    Usage examples for Adieux

    It kept Hoskins away till the final moment, and it brought him to the station for their adieux just before their train started.
    "A Fearful Responsibility and Other Stories"
    William D. Howells
    Something in their pose struck the sculptor's fancy, and he made a hasty sketch of them, and was showing it to the Elmores when Lily suddenly descended into the room again, and, saying something about its being quite dark, went out, and left Mr. Andersen to make his adieux to the others.
    "A Fearful Responsibility and Other Stories"
    William D. Howells
    He was fitting his key into the house-door when he happened to look up the little street toward the bridge that led into it, and there, defined against the sky on the level of the bridge, he saw Mrs. Elmore and Miss Mayhew receiving the adieux of a distinguished-looking man in the Austrian uniform.
    "A Fearful Responsibility and Other Stories"
    William D. Howells

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