converse : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a proposition obtained by conversion
- v carry on a conversation
- s of words so related that one reverses the relation denoted by the other
`parental' and `filial' are converse terms
- s turned about in order or relation
- Several times Dictator seemed vexed by Dictator, but only in political converse.
- Converse classics now come in a hassle- and lace-free version with built-in support under the tongue.
- Even the young customers are there not just to drink, but to converse intelligently.
- President Bush in Forbes
Bush said he was pleased to spend a "moment to converse with God. ...... We were touched by the simplicity and the beauty of the moment. We appreciate very much the congregation for allowing us to come and worship with them."
- Jane Harman in Los Angeles Times
As you know, it is entirely appropriate to converse with advocacy organizations and constituent groups, and I am concerned about a chilling effect on other elected officials who may find themselves in my situation,Harman said.
- Evan Moore in Forbes
You're watching it thinking is he even going to make it through this,Moore said. "It's a scary looking thing. To see him come home and hear him converse normally was obviously very relieving to say the least."