causerie

[ koh-zuh-ree; French kohzuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF causerie

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His Sunday holiday was given to the proof-reading of his next day's "Causerie du Lundi."

There was nothing, he found, like a Causerie du Lundi for settling and soothing the troubled spirits.

I was once booked by my manager to give a causerie in the drawing-room of a New York millionaire.

It was their custom to meet once a week, at the house of one or another, for a "causerie," as the avocat called it.

After this I must have decided against starting at all, for nothing more came of the causerie.

In the hands of a pinchbeck Anatole France, how unendurable the review conceived as a causerie would become!

Early in the seventeenth century the causerie (chat) was highly esteemed in France.

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