commune with


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commune with

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1. contemplate, ponder, reflect on, muse on, meditate on He set off from the lodge to commune with nature.
2. talk to, communicate with, discuss with, confer with, converse with, discourse with, parley with You can now commune with people from the safety of your PC.
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It was enough for them that their Xavier--this son, this father, this husband--ascended periodically to commune with powers, it might be angelic, beyond their comprehension, and that they united daily in prayers for his safety.
His anger is too much kindled for you to commune with him at present.
Always, at sea, except at rare intervals, the work he performed had given him ample opportunity to commune with himself.