noun, plural cau·se·ries [koh-zuh-reez; French kohzuh-ree] /ˌkoʊ zəˈriz; French koʊzəˈri/.
Origin of causerie
Examples from the Web for causerie
There was nothing, he found, like a Causerie du Lundi for settling and soothing the troubled spirits.Crome Yellow|Aldous Huxley
Early in the seventeenth century the causerie (chat) was highly esteemed in France.Book of Etiquette, Volume 2|Lillian Eichler Watson
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)
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
In the hands of a pinchbeck Anatole France, how unendurable the review conceived as a causerie would become!The Art of Letters|Robert Lynd