Colloquy [noun]

Definition of Colloquy:

conversation, debate

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Sentence/Example of Colloquy:

But first he held a whispered colloquy with the Princess, whom he entreated, or persuaded, to re-enter her gorgeous vehicle.

Why should they not dawdle at their labor sitting upon the fence in endless colloquy while the harvest rots upon the stalk?

The king endeavoured to persuade his brother to return to his court, when the following colloquy took place between them.

And that insufficient colloquy was the beginning of a prolonged estrangement between us.

Once more Mitchy watched him revolve a little, but now, familiarly yet with a sharp emphasis, he himself resumed their colloquy.

She opened it about an inch, and had a long colloquy with some one outside.

During this colloquy, Arima had edged nearer and nearer to the papers.

But Clyffurde had made no movement during this brief colloquy.

Then followed a heated colloquy, the former, like a Cingalese vendor, having previously made up his mind.

Nevertheless, so cold would he become at times that a heated colloquy would arise between them on the subject of working overtime.