conversancy


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con·ver·san·cy

 (kən-vûr′sən-sē)
n. pl. con·ver·san·cies
Conversance.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.conversancy - personal knowledge or information about someone or somethingconversancy - personal knowledge or information about someone or something
information - knowledge acquired through study or experience or instruction
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Daniel's nimble conversancy with both lexicons is especially appropriate for a topic that traverses literary, medical, social, and psychological understandings of the self.
Talking to reporter Raja Sarfaraz, a resident of the area said it is a irony that the Cantonment authorities, while charging conversancy charges were showing complete disregard to clean the chowk.
Talking to reporterRaja Sarfaraz, a resident of the area said it is a irony that the Cantonment authorities, while charging conversancy charges were showing complete disregard to clean the chowk.
Walker, Teather observes, enjoyed credibility among the professors because his own prodigious collecting activities demonstrated an almost academic conversancy with the disciplines that drew his attention (he wrote learned papers and delivered lectures on Italian painting techniques, something that clearly set him apart from the typical wealthy philanthropist).