conversationalist


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one given to conversation

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He was a splendid conversationalist and lover of the good life, whose talents embraced painting, scuplture, jazz singing and playing with his own band, poetry and acting.
Though a cordial conversationalist, he clearly takes great umbrage to personal questions - and he's gotten a good deal of them since being romantically linked to his attention-attracting ``Larry Flynt'' co-star Courtney Love.
A very interesting and interested conversationalist, she spent her most enjoyable hours in the company of her loving family and friends.
Victor is very down to earth and never forgets where he comes from - and he is an exceptionally good conversationalist.
Helen enjoyed bingo, being with her family, was proud of her Irish heritage and was always a great conversationalist.
The Alan Partridge - convinced he is a scintillating conversationalist but in reality deadly boring.
She treasured her grandsons, and adored her great granddaughter with a strong and abiding faith and a professed philosophy "We're blessedGod has been good to us" She had a dynamic personality-enjoying offering advice to younger people, becoming a most sociable conversationalist with a great sense of humor.
She's not an apologist in her pastels - despite her fearing she might be labelled one when speaking about her work - but a frank conversationalist on paper.
Maybe it was his age, or the booze, or perhaps I'm not quite as exciting a conversationalist as I'd thought, but after a couple of hours he fell fast asleep on my sofa.
Indeed, Ali proves himself to be an excellent politician as well as a great athlete and stellar conversationalist.
He is a seductive conversationalist, the kind of man who locks eyes and hands on a new acquaintance and makes you feel like nobody is more important.
A dazzling and tart conversationalist, a reservoir of historical minutiae, Acton led a life that, as Lord describes it, was lavish and brilliant but in the most important ways unfulfilled.
A charming conversationalist, Cliburn speaks in a mellifluous baritone with a big ol' Texas drawl.
Dobson, the noisiest conversationalist in the Commons, kept quiet and got his money.
Rochester discovers in Jane a bold and enchanting conversationalist, unbowed by her status as a household servant.