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colloquy
used in Oliver Twist

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a conversation (formal in modern usage); or written dialogue
  • They might have been talking, thus, for a quarter of an hour or more, when Monks—by which name the Jew had designated the strange man several times in the course of their colloquy—said, raising his voice a little, 'I tell you again, it was badly planned.
    Chapter 26 — In Which a Mysterious Character Appears Upon the Scene.... (81% in)

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