Definition of conge:
- An apophyge.
Shall I give the Comte Chavannes his conge,
or shall I not?
- "Valerie", Frederick Marryat.
Meanwhile, Lucy, having given one lover his conge
waited with loving impatience but in vain, for the appearance of the other.
- "The Voyage of the Aurora", Harry Collingwood.
They first Conge
vnto her, then Dance: and at certaine Changes, the first two hold a spare Garland ouer her Head, at which the other foure make reuerend Curtsies.
- "Henry-VIII", Shakespeare, William.