Conversant [adjective]

Definition of Conversant:

experienced, familiar with

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Sentence/Example of Conversant:

Unions, she said, could also be tapped to conduct outreach in hard-to-reach communities, including those not conversant in English.

Everyone in town is conversant with these calamities, the figures involved and the attendant risks of speaking to the police.

Haile is, simply put, one of the most charming and well-connected people in the business, the rare executive conversant in the boardroom and on Media Twitter.

He will search out the hidden meanings of proverbs, and will be conversant in the secrets of parables.

Blessed is he that is conversant in these good things and he that layeth them up in his heart, shall be wise always.

He is thoroughly conversant with questions of taxation and income and the agricultural conditions.

Moreover, he was honest and sound in heart, and was just and impartial in reference to those facts with which he was conversant.

Ireland, so long conversant with misery, was still to taste the cup in all its bitterness.

His letters and speeches also show that he was not conversant with political economy, and that his social views were unsound.

Not being myself conversant with those subjects, I can only form an opinion of the value from extraneous circumstances.