- convergent strabismus,
- convergent thinking,
- converging lens,
- conversation chair,
- conversation piece,
- conversation pit
Origin of conversant
Examples from the Web for conversant
He is as conversant with HTML and Git as with metaphor and the twists and turns of plotting.Vikram Chandra Is A Novelist Who's Obsessed With Writing Computer Code|Jane Ciabattari|August 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But they dug into the details, and their audiences expected them to be conversant in details.
He speaks both for officials and for Europeans conversant with India.New Ideas in India During the Nineteenth Century|John Morrison
Science, therefore, is conversant with truth, but opinion with generation.
This is the business of our courts of equity, which however are only conversant in matters of property.Commentaries on the Laws of England|William Blackstone
And verily, if men were conversant courtiers in Heaven, they would cry out with Paul, Rom.The Sin and Danger of Self-Love|Robert Cushman
Ben, who was not so conversant as his cousin in the ways of cooks and gentlemen's servants, made no reply to these observations.The Parent's Assistant|Maria Edgeworth
late 14c., from Old French conversant, present participle of converser (see converse (v.)).