conversed

[ verb kuhn-vurs; noun kon-vurs ]SEE DEFINITION OF conversed

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To me he is the most intolerable creature that I ever conversed with.

During his “walks” Mr Verloc, of course, met and conversed with various persons.

The nephew smiled; and, falling back, conversed with Evelyn.

Vargrave conversed lightly on the weather, the news, the last book.

A friend from Brooklyn called, and with him he conversed for half an hour.

We conversed fluently on spiritual matters and also on Ned Ferry.

“I saw him two days ago, and I conversed with him,” I added.

Leaning over its brink, they conversed while gazing at one another's reflection.

And as they both leant over the soup they conversed rapidly in a low voice.

Nothing of the sort; he conversed as usual, and spent the day with me and then went away.