For some little time the jurymen hang about the Sol’s Arms colloquially.
By half-past five, post meridian, Horse Guards’ time, it has even elicited a new remark from the Honourable Mr. Stables, which bids fair to outshine the old one, on which he has so long rested his colloquial reputation.
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She writes beautiful songs with colloquial lyrics that touch the heart.
He talked with richness and depth without loosing his colloquial charm.