The back-and-forth play of the blades in a bout. (noun)
To engage in conversation (with). (verb)
Examples of word conversation
Religious and philosophic conversation were ever-present in my home life, and the conversation was *always* that—a *conversation*.
Read also the following certificate of these men, which they gave to the public last spring; in which they admit some other conversation which they call _a free and unreserved conversation_, and protest against the
I had that conversation only after just having a phone conversation with Shari — regarding the same nonsense.) (Oh and as a second aside: Shari is a secret-covert-spy on diaryland whom is a bit chicken and signs up as a guest (refusing to set up her own tag name) to read muah and others - as listed above oh my bubbles: in my proper PBS - drug-free - commercial tone
Just remember, "conversation" comes from the Latin word for
One of my favorite responses when anything about conscious parenting, positive discipline, Non-Violent parenting etc. comes up in conversation is the “I turned out all right” statement.
The standout scene and most likely the one that will be brought up most in conversation is involving a mad chase scene with the killer and a very naked Irene (played with game enthusiasm by Rue).
The reason I think it does not come up in conversation is because most people do not get how important it is.
Anyone not engaged in conversation is hunched over a BlackBerry.