Colloquy

Col"lo*quy

(?), n.;
pl. Colloquies (#).
[L. colloquium. See Collocution.] 1. Mutual discourse of two or more persons; conference; conversation.
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They went to Worms, to the colloquy there about religion.
A. Wood.
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2. In some American colleges, a part in exhibitions, assigned for a certain scholarship rank; a designation of rank in collegiate scholarship.
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