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Definition of Conversationally

  • with the use of colloquial expressions

How to use conversationally in a sentence. Conversationally pronunciation.

One night as we were doing the dishes, she dried her hands and said, conversationally, "You know, you seem like a nice guy, Marcus.
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You are such an idiot," she said, conversationally, taking the phone from me, punching at its keypad with her other hand.
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And though I, no less cheerfully, grant that we have now living among us a creator of poetic romance immeasurably more inventive than they,-appealing to our credulity in portents the most monstrous, with a charm of style the most conversationally familiar,-still I cannot conceive that even that unrivalled romance-writer can so bewitch our understandings as to make us believe that, if Miss Mordaunt's cat dislikes to wet her feet, it is probably because in the prehistoric age her ancestors lived in the dry country of Egypt; or that when some lofty orator, a Pitt or a Gladstone, rebuts with a polished smile which reveals his canine teeth the rude assault of an opponent, he betrays his descent from a 'semi-human progenitor' who was accustomed to snap at his enemy.
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Until that evening he had conversationally confined himself to recording his impressions of the United States, whose dust he had just shaken from off his feet-a country, in his opinion, so barbarous in every way that he had sold practically nothing there, and become an object of suspicion to the police; a country, as he said, without a race of its own, without liberty, equality, or fraternity, without principles, traditions, taste, without-in a word-a soul.
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Hearsay as well as hearing was at work to produce the abundance; and it was a novelty in England, where (in company) the men are the pointed talkers, and the women conversationally fair Circassians.
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Fred Musgrave thereby afforded Lichfield a delectable opportunity (conversationally and abetted by innumerable "they _do_ say's") to accredit the murder, turn by turn, to every able-bodied person residing within stone's throw of its commission.
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I sympathized with Prince K., who being next him at table turned his back on him and ignored him conversationally; which embarrassed the young man extremely.
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The two spent hours together, sometimes, in the tiny parlor, stumbling over Berlin wool difficulties, and now and then wandering to and fro, conversationally, from Priscilla to the octagon-stitch, and from the octagon-stitch to Denis.
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Her cousin said conversationally: "We built the small grid on the top of the sand.
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Examples of Conversationally

Example #1
All she cared about was going out and partying and meeting guys, but she was funny and utterly devoted to Ange.
Example #2
Ange's little sister Tina started to call me "the house-guest," as in "is the house-guest eating dinner with me tonight?
Example #3
I gasped and stared into Masha's wide-open, staring eyes.
Example #4
I felt bones grind against each other in my wrist.
Example #5
Surely, surely there must be some books still extant written by philosophers before the birth of Adam, in which there is authority, even though but in mythic fable, for such poetic inventions.
Example #6
I grant all the wonderful powers of invention bestowed on the creators of poetic romance; still not the sovereign masters in that realm of literature-not Scott, not Cervantes, not Goethe, not even Shakspeare-could have presumed to rebuild the past without such materials as they found in the books that record it.