conversational

[ kon-ver-sey-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF conversational

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It had a conversational way of brightening and growing dull.

"Let down the ladder," said Foulet, in a quiet, conversational tone.

Such voices as broke into them were anything but conversational.

I fear that trying to be conversational I have only managed to be unduly discursive.

Olive, thinking to do well, flung herself into the conversational breach.

My Philosopher is eminently social, and is conversational in his method.

But Mr. Robert insists I don't have to be conversational with her, or with Ambrose, either.

"You could be of inestimable value to us," he said in a conversational tone.

Is that meant as a conversational gambit, or an honest observation?

Dinner-companions, however, should be alert to others of the conversational group.

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