collogue definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • becoming on friendly or personal terms with someone.
    • To seek advice from or seek advice from somebody.
    • To talk.
    • Chiefly Upper Southern U.S. To conspire; intrigue: "I Am pleased they're colloguing to conquer me out of my spot” ( Dialect Notes).
    • To chat or confer privately and confidentially; to converse, particularly with evil motives; to plot mischief.
    • is on friendly or personal terms with some one.
    • To seek advice from or seek advice from some body.
    • To talk.
    • Chiefly Upper Southern U.S. To conspire; intrigue: "I'm satisfied they're colloguing to conquer me personally regarding my destination” ( Dialect Records).
    • To chat or confer secretly and confidentially; to converse, specifically with wicked objectives; to plot mischief.
  • verb:
    • To chat privately or secretly; to conspire
    • confer privately
    • To talk independently or secretly; to conspire
    • confer secretly
  • others:
    • to utilize flattery; gloze; slimmer.
    • To confer or converse confidentially and privately; story mischief; lay schemes in concert.
    • To wheedle; slimmer.
    • to utilize flattery; gloze; slimmer.
    • To confer or converse confidentially and secretly; story mischief; lay schemes in show.
    • To wheedle; slimmer.

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