They could scarcely have spoken a hundred words before their colloquy was at an end.
Modern writers make no difference between a colloquy and a Parliament.
There are seventy-six lines (incomplete) beginning with the colloquy of Gunnar and Hogni.
During this colloquy I had leisure to examine the starost's equipages.
Sam went to him: and the colloquy that ensued might be heard in the parlour.
Captain Charteris was not aware of a colloquy in which Owen had a share.
So, the next morning after his colloquy with Eperson he walked out to the cabin the widow occupied near the home of Eperson.
While this colloquy was going on, the manager appeared in the ring.
She was aware of Godolphin fretting at the colloquy he could not interrupt, and of Mrs. Harley prolonging it wilfully.
I was bored by the length of the colloquy, and sat down on the table swinging my legs.