“As a person who is liberal and loves the dialogue, I cannot think of a better business to work in,” she said.
Which means the pope can reach a new demographic and engage in a dialogue with the faithful.
The dialogue is pure McCarthy as well: clipped, resonant, near-Biblical—and somewhat pompous.
I almost tried to memorize [the dialogue] without meaning so that I could go back and try to find it.
Lumet considered firing Dunaway after she flubbed her way through her dialogue.
A glowing story, rapid In action, bright in dialogue with a fine courageous hero and a beautiful English heroine.
From the seventh to the tenth century few dramas were produced with dialogue.
With the dialogue at the end of the second version, compare No. 154, B.
The action is carried on by a mixture of narrative, dialogue, and soliloquy.
The characters are alive, and the dialogue is witty and diverting.
early 13c., "literary work consisting of a conversation between two or more persons," from Old French dialoge, from Latin dialogus, from Greek dialogos "conversation, dialogue," related to dialogesthai "converse," from dia- "across" (see dia-) + legein "speak" (see lecture (n.)).
Sense broadened to "a conversation" c.1400. Mistaken belief that it can only mean "conversation between two persons" is from confusion of dia- and di- (1). A word for "conversation between two persons" is the hybrid duologue (1864).