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collogue

collogue

verb col·logue \kə-ˈlōg\
col·loguedcol·logu·ing

Definition of COLLOGUE

intransitive verb
1
dial :  intrigue, conspire
2
:  to talk privately :  confer

Origin of COLLOGUE

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1646

Rhymes with COLLOGUE

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