Thursday, 5 May 2016



- verb (intr.) often followed by “with”
1. to engage in conversation (with)
2. to commune spiritually (with)
3. (obsolete)
a. to associate; consort
b. to have sexual intercourse
4. conversation
5. (obsolete)
a. fellowship or acquaintance
b. sexual intercourse

1. (prenominal) reversed; opposite; contrary
2. something that is opposite or contrary
3. (logic)
a. a categorical proposition obtained from another by the transposition of subject and predicate
a. a proposition so derived, possibly by weakening a universal proposition to the corresponding particular
4. (logic, mathematics) a relation that holds between two relata only when a given relation holds between them in reverse order

Waiting in vain
For someone to come
With whom to converse
But fate is converse
And there I remain
On my own

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