Where did the word french exit originate from?

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"French Exit" is merely a British equivalent of what is known in some places (mostly coastal cities in the northeast of the US) as the "Irish Goodbye." It describes a situation where someone covertly leaves a party/event/etc.. without saying goodbye. The French themselves call that "filer à l'anglaise" (to leave the English way)
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