colloquy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a conversation especially a formal one
- n formal conversation
- What, after all, is the nature of the particular conversation the president feels he has with God -- a colloquy upon which the world now precariously turns?.
- The museum was the grand project of former president Jacques Chirac, who loved anthropology and embraced the idea of a colloquy of civilizations, as opposed to the academic quality .
- In one colloquy between the two senior members of the committee, Representative Spencer T.
- Bart Stupak in SooToday.com
Together, the executive order and the colloquy, provide strong assurances that there will be no taxpayer dollars going toward abortion in the health care reform legislation,Stupak said. "Today's signing was the culmination of many months...
- Barack Obama in ABC News
I will leave it to the voters to make that decision. And, you know, my hope is to avoid a colloquy with the McCain campaign over the next four or five days,Obama responded.