Dialogues [noun]

Definition of Dialogues:

talk, exchange of ideas

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Sentence/Example of Dialogues:

Xenophon wrote a variety of treatises and dialogues, but his "Memorabilia" of Socrates is the most valuable.

We naturally look for parallels among the defective scales noticed in the Problems and in Plutarch's dialogues.

The rest of the book is made up of a number of dialogues between the traveller and the illustrious dead.

The excellent example set by the authors of the Yorkshire Dialogues was not followed all at once.

These words were written in the year after the Dialogues aux Enfers were published.

Et la fin, d'un abrg des regles generales de la Langue Angloise, en dialogues franois, outre ce qui toit dans la sixime dition.

Digested into an easy, short and accurate Method with a Vocabulary and Dialogues.

The form of the book was even offensive, in the shape of dialogues, where some of the chief speakers were his enemies.

In one of his Dialogues, Lucian makes the wife of Eukrates return for the slipper which they had forgotten to burn.

Recitations and dialogues should be more generally and more frequently required.