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  • After this conversation not much happened - until the beginning of the next year.
  • The conversation was about the relationship his son was having with a black girl.
  • A letter from her was almost equal to a face to face conversation.
  • A letter from her was almost equal to a face to face conversation.
  • Then I had my radio for two-way conversation with the office. Cited from Four-Day Planet, by Henry Beam Piper
  • Before the young man can finish the conversation, he is killed.
  • Because chamber music is a conversation, sometimes one instrument must stand out, sometimes another.
  • It is usually possible to save a text conversation for later reference.
  • In most cases, what remains is one half of the conversation, either the question or the answer.
  • Following his conversation with the station master, however, the driver refused the assistance.
  • She is bound by tradition to wear black and avoid conversation with young men.
  • A minute into the conversation, the call was cut off.
  • Frame the conversation much like the conversation a father has with his daughter's first date.
  • The feature is employed directly within a conversation window of a user.
  • This is often recognized when certain words are confused during normal conversation.
  • It is, however, unknown whether this conversation ever took place.
  • The girl follows the question with a quick response and continues the musical conversation.
  • Washington was able to add two points on the conversation.
  • Conversations with one at this stage always turn to the loss as well.
  • They will also participate in conversations the player has with other non-player characters.
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Meaning of conversation

  • noun The use of speech for informal exchange of views or ideas or information etc.