Xenophon notices briefly two other colloquies between Sokrates and Aristippus.
He expresses it later in the Praise of Folly and in the colloquies.
I sought to extinguish them, and grew still more abstemious in the indulgence of our colloquies.
But, to far larger numbers, the message was contained in the colloquies.
Southey in his colloquies speaks of the church and church-yard with much affection.
As doctor and nurse their colloquies were brief and practical.
She had accordingly at first often found that in these colloquies she could only pretend she understood.
Almost the only clews that we get at are to be found in the colloquies.
Kisses, colloquies and invitations rained upon him, but he chose to lodge in the house of his relative Reimund.
He also read the 'colloquies on Society,' and others of Southey's works.