To take leave with the customary civilities; to bow or courtesy.(verb)
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Use "congé" in a sentence
" If I did but let my glove fall by chance, (as the said Aretine's Lucretia brags,) I had one of my suitors, nay two or three at once ready to stoop and take it up, and kiss it, and with a low conge deliver it unto me; if I would walk, another was ready to sustain me by the arm."
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"Should she pay off old Briggs and give her her conge?"