Conversative

Con*ver"sa*tive

(kn*vr"s*tv), a. Relating to intercourse with men; social; -- opposed to contemplative.
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She chose . . . to endue him with the conversative qualities of youth.
Sir H. Wotton.
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Con`ver*sa`zi*o"ne

(? ?), n.;
pl. Conversazioni (#)
. [It. See Conversation.] A meeting or assembly for conversation, particularly on literary or scientific subjects. Gray.
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These conversazioni [at Florence] resemble our card assemblies.
A. Drummond.
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