noun (plural colloquies)
- 1 • formal A conversation: they broke off their colloquy at once [mass noun]: he found her in earnest colloquy with the postmanMore example sentences
- It is a discourse of engaged beholders - quite literally a colloquy of amateurs - and need be nothing more.
- Oddly, as Hewitt and Garrett continue their colloquy, they seem to expose the threadbare nature of the story, except that they manage not to notice.
- It wasn't till 1968, on the floor of the fractious Democratic convention, that the two finally came face to face; and the colloquy was as civilized as you'd expect.
- 2A gathering for discussion of theological questions: students attend colloquies and seminars in their chosen fields of studyMore example sentences
- The seventeen essays presented here follow up that volume with contributions from archaeologists, classicists, ancient historians, and New Testament scholars, all presented at a colloquy held at Bright Divinity School.
- Shattering progressives' preconception that the evangelical Christian world is monolithic, Christian intellectuals, in this small microcosm, are engaged in a heated colloquy over the relationship of learning to faith.
late Middle English: from Latin colloquium 'conversation'.
More definitions of colloquyDefinition of colloquy in:
- The US English dictionary