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- adv. In a conversational manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a conversational manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with the use of colloquial expressions
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I think the single best way to * not* write conversationally, is to write without someone specific in mind.
Similarly, I wouldn’t razz a judge for using legal terms conversationally, or complain in the streets of Athens about all the people speaking Greek to me.
“Not smart to push us,” Saro said conversationally.
He's propping open the bathroom door for you, conversationally speaking.
“It was really disgusting watching you snot all over yourself,” she told Cara conversationally.
In any case, those of you who are going to 4th St. should perhaps be a bit conversationally careful lest alecaustin and I start talking like a pair of Paarfi novels.
Or to put it more conversationally: "Quit your belly-aching -- we're running things now!"
Second, some that do simply use old-style “corporate speak” instead of talking personally and/or conversationally.
He stood tall to find some dignity coming out, said as conversationally as possible, “No water?”
Now that you have the choice, how will you take your Gmail: conversationally threaded or not?