noun, plural cau·se·ries [koh-zuh-reez; French kohzuh-ree]. /ˌkoʊ zəˈriz; French koʊzəˈri/.
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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|Gilbert Parker
The first three would make a very good group for a twenty-page causerie.The English Novel|George Saintsbury
In the hands of a pinchbeck Anatole France, how unendurable the review conceived as a causerie would become!The Art of Letters|Robert Lynd
Those wishing to follow this interesting causerie should read "Montcalm" by M. Thomas Chapais, 1911.Montreal 1535-1914 under the French Rgime|William Henry Atherton
Early in the seventeenth century the causerie (chat) was highly esteemed in France.Book of Etiquette, Volume 2|Lillian Eichler Watson