Definition of Causerie

1. Noun. Light informal conversation for social occasions.




Definition of Causerie

1. n. Informal talk or discussion, as about literary matters; light conversation; chat.

Definition of Causerie

1. Noun. An informal conversation, or casual short written article, especially on a serious topic. ¹

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Definition of Causerie

1. an informal conversation [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Causerie

cause célèbre
cause of action
cause of death
cause to be perceived
cause to sleep
caused
causedness
causee
causees
causeful
causeless
causelessly
causelessness
causen
causer
causerie (current term)
causeries
causers
causes
causes of action
causes of cancer
causest
causeth
causeway
causewayed
causewaying
causeways
causey
causeyed
causeymaker

Literary usage of Causerie

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1. The Quarterly Review by William Gifford, George Walter Prothero, John Gibson Lockhart, John Murray, Whitwell Elwin, John Taylor Coleridge, Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, William Macpherson, William Smith (1906)
"6d. nett. CONTENTS. No. 28. APRIL. etice and Precept. The Secret of Language Teaching. NORA C. USHER. nts about Public Schools. A causerie. ..."

2. Biographical and Critical Essays: Reprinted from Reviews, with Additions and by Abraham Hayward (1873)
"This range of subjects is inexhaustible ; and our immediate object is simply to skim the cream of a semi- classical, semi-artistic causerie. ..."

3. The New Review edited by Archibald Grove, William Ernest Henley (1897)
"SPENSER: A causerie I WAS rather fortunate in my discovery of Spenser. In a little country vicarage, in a kitchen cupboard, I found I.he folio of ..."

4. Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes (1900)
"GB A Gun-Room causerie. III.—CARTRIDGES. To the sportsman possessing scientific instinct there is something very irritating in the dominance of the ordinary ..."

5. Jacques Bonhomme, John Bull on the Continent, From My Letter-box by Max O'Rell (1901)
"THE FRENCH IN LEADING-STRINGS. Good Society.—Where to go to Obtain Observation.—The causerie.—Women of Taste and Culture. ..."

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