small talk

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She kept up a running accompaniment of small talk to the music.

"Your idea of small talk is rather peculiar," was Iver's dry comment.

To a friend he said: "I have no small talk, and Peel has no manners."

She did dance beautifully, and had no lack of the small talk of the day.

There was but little chance of escape from Daisy and her small talk.

So I eyed her and said, "Tomboy, you did not come here to indulge in small talk."

Do not become a distributer of the small talk of a community.

He loved his small talk; and never since then has talk been so pleasingly small.

His stream of small talk seemed to have been cut off at the main.

A man who feels his soul burning is not given to small talk.

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