noun, plural cau·se·ries [koh-zuh-reez; French kohzuh-ree] /ˌkoʊ zəˈriz; French koʊzəˈri/.
Origin of causerie
Related Words for causerieconference, dialogue, confabulation, deliberation, discussion, yarn, discourse, colloquy, chat, prose, chin, talk, causerie, ventilation
Examples from the Web for causerie
Historical Examples of causerie
His Sunday holiday was given to the proof-reading of his next day's "Causerie du Lundi."The Stones of Paris in History and Letters, Volume II (of 2)
Benjamin Ellis Martin
There was nothing, he found, like a Causerie du Lundi for settling and soothing the troubled spirits.Crome Yellow
I was once booked by my manager to give a causerie in the drawing-room of a New York millionaire.Essays on Paul Bourget
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
It was their custom to meet once a week, at the house of one or another, for a "causerie," as the avocat called it.When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete
After this I must have decided against starting at all, for nothing more came of the causerie.