conversational


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conversational

An interactive dialog between two parties, such as a user and the computer. See conversation.
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Mr Verloc's husky conversational voice was heard speaking of youth, of a fatal infatuation for an unworthy -
And if I do not clearly express what I mean by that, it is either for the reason that having no conversational powers, I cannot express what I mean, or that having no meaning, I do not mean what I fail to express.
He did not care for the steward's black looks; Franklin, never conversational even at the best of times and avoiding now the only topic near his heart, addressed him only on matters of duty.
But still the discussion went on, in ordinary conversational tones, and it brought Jurgis back to the everyday world.
and so, by degrees, became conversational and able to walk away.
All the while he talked in a low, conversational tone.
The dinner and my conversational beginnings ended, I noted for the first time that almost all those who had surrounded me at first were gone.
The captain was expatiating in a low conversational tone to the chief mate upon the danger of these derelicts, and upon his dread of coming upon them at night, when suddenly a man forward screamed out, "There's people on board of her, sir
Bartle hurried away from the rectory, evading Carroll's conversational advances, and saying in an exasperated tone to Vixen, whose short legs pattered beside him on the gravel, "Now, I shall be obliged to take you with me, you good-for-nothing woman.
That's the best conversational opening I've ever heard.
Kenge, the benignant shadow of whose conversational presence he seemed afraid to leave, he gave one gasp as if he had swallowed the last morsel of his client, and his black buttoned-up unwholesome figure glided away to the low door at the end of the Hall.
But toward evening, as we sat silent and hardly conscious of where we were--subdued into that meditative calm that comes so surely after a conversational storm--some one shouted--