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an exchanging of views

a meeting for the exchange of views

Synonyms for discussion

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Written discussions should begin with a very brief outline of the story
For the first day review the discussion of the poem above, pp.
16), the aged Cephalus would have been out of place in the discussion which follows, and which he could neither have understood nor taken part in without a violation of dramatic propriety.
At first he seems to continue the discussion with reluctance, but soon with apparent good-will, and he even testifies his interest at a later stage by one or two occasional remarks.
I have followed the whole discussion with amazement and disgust.
In the progress of this discussion I shall endeavor to give a satisfactory answer to all the objections which shall have made their appearance, that may seem to have any claim to your attention.
On the discussion being renewed, "Gentlemen," said Barbicane, "we must now take into consideration the metal to be employed.
The fullest discussion of the problems and fragments of the epic cycle is F.
A discussion of the evidence for the date of Hesiod is to be found in "Journ.
It is not my fault if the discussion in the garden is revived before another audience in this room--it is yours,"
Our little discussion in the garden," resumed Sir Patrick, answering Blanche's inquiring look as she bent over him, "began, my dear, in a paragraph here announcing Mr.
I will leave out all discussion on republics, inasmuch as in another place I have written of them at length, and will address myself only to principalities.
The dinner-party was really an informal discussion club; there was a paper after it, read amid coffee-cups and laughter in the drawing-room, but dealing more or less thoughtfully with some topic of general interest.
Discussion is what they want, and what you want, too.
All of which was Greek to Simon Nishikanta, who would promptly take the Ancient Mariner's side of the discussion.