trialogue

noun
tri·a·logue | \ˈtrī-ə-ˌlȯg, -ˌläg\

Definition of trialogue 

: a scene, discourse, or colloquy in which three persons share

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The council has sponsored trialogue programs, often featuring lectures by professors or religious elders, over the past two decades. Jonathan M. Pitts, baltimoresun.com, "'Trialogue' series brings faith traditions together," 20 May 2017

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First Known Use of trialogue

1532, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for trialogue

tri- + -alogue (as in dialogue)

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