See also: Colloquy Collaborate Collateral Colloquial Collaboration Collapse Collection Collective Collusion Colleague Collaborative Collision Collide College Collage Colloquialism Colloid Collected Collectively Collagen Collectivism
1. As a matter of fact, "Colloquy" is the parent word from which "colloquial" was coined in the mid-18th century. "Colloquy" itself, though now the less common of the two words, has been a part of the English language since the 15th century
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2. Colloquy We need more interdisciplinary consultation, more Colloquy across professional boundaries, and more respect for the apprenticeships of scholars in disciplines other than our own
3. From the Cambridge English Corpus The most difficult parts of the Colloquy …
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4. Symposium 2 an exchange of views for the purpose of exploring a subject or deciding an issue the subject of the spirited Colloquy was the disputed authorship of the plays attributed to Shakespeare
5. EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB But first he held a whispered Colloquy with the Princess, whom he entreated, or persuaded, to re-enter her gorgeous vehicle
6. THE RED YEAR LOUIS TRACY Why should they not dawdle at their labor sitting upon the fence in endless Colloquy while the harvest rots upon the stalk?
7. Are you ready for a Colloquy with us ? Talk to Mark today.
8. The definition of a Colloquy is a formal conversation
9. An example of a Colloquy is when a group of people from a church get together to discuss the Bible and to theorize on scripture.
10. Colloquy is an advanced IRC client which aims to fill this void
11. By adhering to Mac OS X interface conventions, Colloquy has the look and feel of a quality Mac application.
12. Whiskey Myers Lyrics "Colloquy" Old man is walking down memory lane His piercing stare tears out through the rain You can see in his eyes Ain’t too much life left in them veins He tells his son “I’ll be out on the run if I ever get out of this chair”
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13. Colloquy (n.) mid-15c., "a discourse," from Latin colloquium "conference, conversation," literally "a speaking together," from assimilated form of com "together" (see com-) + -loquium "speaking," from loqui "to speak" (from PIE root *tolkw- "to speak")
Colloquy, Colloquium, Conference, Conversation, Com
14. Colloquy Collective is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization
15. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Colloquy Collective must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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16. In criminal court, a Colloquy is an investigation within a defendant 's plea to reassure that the plea was given "knowingly, voluntarily, and intelligently"
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17. In law, a Colloquy is a routine, highly formalized conversation
18. Colloquy for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch puts the power of the most popular IRC client for the Mac in the palm of your hand
19. Built atop the Chat Core framework, Colloquy Mobile is a full featured client optimized for the on-the-go experience with iOS multitasking support.
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20. Colloquyis an advanced IRC & SILC client which aims to fill a void left by unglamorous clients
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21. By adhering to OS X interface conventions, Colloquy has the look and feel of …
22. A Colloquy is an intimate conversation between you and God the Father, between you and Jesus, or between you and Mary or one of the saints
23. The Concordia online Colloquy Program provides the education needed to be eligible for a Call in The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod
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24. The Colloquy program prepares the Lutheran school teacher to carry the Lord's name and His teachings with faithfulness to the children and their families.
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25. A religious Colloquy is a meeting to settle differences of doctrine or dogma, also called a colloquium (meeting, discussion), as in the historical Colloquy at Poissy, and like the legal Colloquy, most often with a certain degree of judging involved.Religious colloquies are relatively common as a means to avoid calling full synods and avoiding out-and-out breaches leading to schisms.
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26. Colloquy definition: a formal conversation or conference Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
Colloquy, Conversation, Conference
27. Colloquy is an open access journal published twice annually by postgraduate students in the Literary and Cultural Studies Graduate Research Program at Monash University.
28. Synonyms for Colloquy in Free Thesaurus
29. 10 synonyms for Colloquy: chat, confabulation, conversation, converse, dialogue, discourse, speech
Colloquy, Chat, Confabulation, Conversation, Converse
30. Colloquy Downeast The Colloquy Series
31. Colloquy Downeast is an all-volunteer organization formed to organize colloquies (small study and discussion groups organized around a specific topic) on and around the Blue Hill Peninsula
32. Ammerman heard the following cases Monday at Colloquy/Sentencing Court
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33. At the Colloquy Loyalty Summit, resolve real-world challenges in our MasterClasses and roundtable discussions
34. Other articles where Colloquy of Poissy is discussed: Poissy: …was the scene of the Colloquy of Poissy (September 1561), at which French Catholics and Huguenots (Protestants) tried unsuccessfully to reconcile their differences
35. We are pleased to present Colloquy, the UCLA Department of Philosophy newsletter, in electronic format.The latest editions are below
36. The Colloquy Committee, however, retains the responsibility and authority for deciding to grant or to decline the exception
37. The decision of the Colloquy Committee shall be regarded as final by all parties to the Colloquy application
38. During the Colloquy, the lawyers discussed a plea deal for the defendant
39. 🔊 The investigator came up with a list of suspects while engaging in a Colloquy with the missing student’s parents
40. 🔊 Because my wife was ill, I decided to wait until she felt better to have a Colloquy about her excessive spending habits
41. Ælfric’s Colloquy is a dialogue between a schoolteacher and his pupils
42. ‘Colloquy’ simply means ‘conversation’
43. Colloquy for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch puts the power of the most popular IRC client for the Mac in the palm of your hand
44. Built atop the Chat Core framework, Colloquy Mobile is a full featured client optimized for the on-the-go experience with iOS multitasking support.
Chat, Core, Colloquy, Client
45. Colloquy n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
46. A Colloquy is a public conversation on the Senate floor that often is used to ratify a deal struck in private
47. The inserted floor debate, known in Senate parlance as a "Colloquy," has since become an intriguing side issue in the case of Salim Ahmed Hamdan,
48. Other articles where Colloquy of Regensburg is discussed: Christianity: The Reformation: …Roman Catholics at Ratisbon (now Regensburg, Germany) to reconcile their differences on justification by faith, the Lord’s Supper, and the papacy
Colloquy, Christianity, Catholics
49. Definition of Colloquy noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
colloquy (noun) · colloquies (plural noun)
Communion is a related term of colloquy. As a proper noun communion is the sacrament of holy communion. As a noun colloquy is a conversation or dialogue.
The noun colloquy can be countable or uncountable. In more general, commonly used, contexts, the plural form will also be colloquy. However, in more specific contexts, the plural form can also be colloquies e.g. in reference to various types of colloquies or a collection of colloquies.
Colloquy antonyms. Top antonyms for colloquy (opposite of colloquy) are quick visit, literature and quiet.