What is another word for interlocutors?

Pronunciation: [ˌɪntəlˈə͡ʊkjuːtəz] (IPA)

Interlocutors are individuals involved in a conversation or dialogue. There are several other terms that you can use interchangeably for this word to make your speech or writing more varied and interesting. For example, people engaged in a discussion can be referred to as conversationalists, speakers, or debaters. In a more formal setting, you could use terms such as colloquists, dialogue partners, or communicators. If you're trying to emphasize the back-and-forth nature of a conversation, you might use terms like interlocution, interchange, or exchange instead of interlocutors. By using a variety of synonyms, you can add more depth and nuance to your writing or speech.

Synonyms for Interlocutors:

What are the hypernyms for Interlocutors?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Interlocutors

What none could thoroughly appreciate except those who lived in his intimacy was the perfect simplicity which made him the most easily amused of men, ready to pour out his stores of anecdote to old and young-to discuss opinions on a level with the most humble of interlocutors, and take pleasure in the commonest forms of pleasantness-a fine day, a bright flower.
MacCarthy, Desmond
If you cannot distinguish the interlocutors, you deserve not to be present at such a dialogue.
"Anna St. Ives"
Thomas Holcroft
She answered readily any questions proposed in the minds of her interlocutors, often even before they were completely formed, and she possessed the power attributed to Zschokke, of reading, or seeing, past events in the lives of those who were placed en rapport with her.
"The Autobiography of a Journalist, Volume I"
William James Stillman

Famous quotes with Interlocutors

  • The matter and manner of the dialogue is strictly ancient … the scenery and portraiture of the interlocutors are of higher finish than anything in that line left us by the ancients; and like Ossian, if not ancient, it is equal to the best morsels of antiqity.
    Frances Wright

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