duologue[ doo-uh-lawg, -log, dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF duologue
Synonyms for duologue
- rap session
- small talk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUOLOGUE
It resolved itself at first into a duologue between the two elder men.
The house had an old-world garden, and it was here they had their first duologue.
His shoulder excluded Lee more and more; the conversation became frankly a duologue.
Swithin, in the room overhead, had suspended his calculations, for the duologue interested him.
Without waiting a year she could go to Harry Manders and demand to be given a part; he had offered her one in her own duologue.
Out of eight volumes published by this poet, five are fully-wrought plays, and one is a tragic love-story told in duologue.
The various acts are mainly composed of a duologue between Hilda and Halvard.
She replied in the same key, and, seeing that the youth comprehended, the artist prompted a duologue.
Mrs Cotterill came hysterically in upon the duologue between Denry and Ruth in the drawing-room.
Mrs. O'Rane wants me to write her a duologue—just as one draws a rabbit for a child.