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conversationalist

kon ver say shuh nuh luhst

  • n  someone skilled at conversation

  • He is a dime-store philosopher, a drugstore cowboy, a men's room conversationalist.
  • Biographer Pearson's portrait of Wilde the conversationalist, critic, playboy and playwright is more convincing, though here too, at points, his admiration carries him away.
  • Host Bill Maher, TV's nimblest conversationalist, asked his Tuesday panel what party Jesus would join if were he alive today and elicited this straight-faced response from North .
News & Articles

  • Letter: Things to be admired
    Big things are to be admired, even stupidity. So said Samuel Johnson, 18th century lexicographer, critic, poet and conversationalist. All of which brings to mind regulations, ordinances, procedures and so forth that stultify progress.
    June 12, 2013 - Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal
Quotes

  • Richard Epstein in Monterey County Herald
    He's a great conversationalist and a good listener,says Richard Epstein, a law school professor who was not a close friend. "But he never tips his hand to what he thinks. You feel you're on stage and have to perform. ...... At the end of...
  • Neeraj Kumar in Telugu Portal
    He is going to be super-hit as he is doing what he is best at. He is an intelligent conversationalist and he made it obvious on the show,said Neeraj Kumar, a Delhi-based professional
  • Jim Nantz in Houston Chronicle
    He is the greatest conversationalist that has been on television, and he is the patron saint of sports commentators,said CBS Sports announcer Jim Nantz. "You can put him in context with anyone - Lucille Ball, Ed Sullivan - among the...

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