colloquynoun [ C ]uk /ˈkɒl.ə.kwi/ us /ˈkɑː.lə.kwi/ formal
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- Before the colloquy had ended, the minister's attention was attracted by a second incident.
- He appeared to be in earnest colloquy with a man whose bulk matched his own.
- She glanced, with eyes that were unusually conscious, to right and left of her, to see if the neighbors had noticed their colloquy.
- The reporter and the caretaker were making no progress in their colloquy and Dan was trying to catch a glimpse of the other man, who leaned against the wall quite indifferent to the struggle for the door.
- There was a brisk colloquy between the two.