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dialogue

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We really want to hear and have this dialogue because this is new to everyone.

From Digiday

I think what needs to happen in this country is a dialogue and a conversation.

From Ozy

In particular, look through your soundbar’s menu for equalizer settings, presets like “movie” and “sports” mode, dialogue enhancers and volume levelers, or features like “virtual 3D” surround sound.

Los Angeles and San Diego school officials started a dialogue.

Even online, there can be a “back-and-forth dialogue between multiple people.”

Hitchcock has a few preliminary ideas for camera moves, and I make a few proposals about characterization and dialogue.

Each time he mentions a story point or repeats an exchange of dialogue, he glances up to see if she's smiling.

It opens with a bombastic set piece, but it was far less compelling than many of the little, dialogue-driven conflicts that arose.

It has been incredible to explore so many artistic avenues when it comes to having a dialogue about a very serious disease.

Nor, however, did it opt for opening a dialogue with the civil society.

His Shop is the Randenvous of spitting, where men dialogue with their noses, and their conversation is smoke.

That fancy dialogue about expresses the legal value of the evidence for this important miracle.

Another silence succeeded this short dialogue, which was again broken by the stranger.

Compare this passage with the long dialogue between Troilus and Pandarus, in the latter part of the first book of Troilus.

And the difficulty of according the narrative and the dialogue (in a work in the third person) is extreme.

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On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dialogue, such as: communication, conference, conversation, dialogue/dialog, discourse, and discussion.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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