noun, plural col·lo·quies.
Origin of colloquy
Examples from the Web for colloquies
In his Colloquies and Praise of Folly he is more of a preacher, but 579his aim is to influence by graphic satirical description.Folkways|William Graham Sumner
This was written at the very time at which Erasmus was giving to the world the completed text of his Colloquies!Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam|Ephraim Emerton
I should think in his Colloquies, and most probably in the Peregrinatio Religionis ergo.
As a boy he already violently disliked mendacious boys, such as the little braggart of whom he tells in the Colloquies.Erasmus and the Age of Reformation|Johan Huizinga
Joan's opportunity for watching Kells and his men and overhearing their colloquies was as good as it had been back in Cabin Gulch.The Border Legion|Zane Grey