French Exit

What does french exit mean?

Leaving without saying goodbye

French exit is a term that describes the act of leaving a social gathering or bad date without saying goodbye. It is the same as ghosting, Irish goodbye, and Dutch leave.

The French exit is often performed by people who don't want to take the time to say goodbye to others. It is also useful when you are short on time and need to leave quickly.

Example

"Have u ever given a bad date the French exit?
No, that's awful!"

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Last Updated: February 15, 2017

French exit definition

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