converse[ verb kuhn-vurs; noun kon-vurs ]SEE DEFINITION OF converse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVERSE
There, if it be your wish, I will propose you; messengers will be appointed to converse with you.
It is time now, I think, to test my theory by considering the converse of it.
It was, indeed, necessary for me to converse by the medium of an interpreter.
The stone-breaker, who had not broken a fragment since we began to converse, then did as follows.
The letters would rather warrant the converse of his statement.
In many essentials, John Effingham was the converse of all this.
Converse with the world will do more for you than all the arguments of philosophers.
Men are born to converse with men, not with stocks and stones.
But this is a subject on which in future we will not converse.
When you converse with him you lose all consciousness of this world.