Difference between prattle and colloquium
- idle or foolish and irrelevant talk
- speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly
She wanted to prattle about Archie, but I wasn't having any.
I can't afford to bear the deep feeling is the burden, sweet prattle just happened to cash lies.
Lou prattled on about various trivialities till I wanted to scream.
- an address to an academic meeting or seminar
- an academic meeting or seminar usually led by a different lecturer and on a different topic at each meeting
He co-chaired the three-day colloquium on ‘Conservation and cultural tourism’, organised by the British Library.
New members are recruited to the religion through workshops, colloquiums, religious tracts, and other publications.
Here is a recording of a motet, Let Thy Merciful Ears, by Thomas Mudd, from the first Mass of the Colloquium, sung by all attendees with about 5 mins of rehearsal on the night when everyone arrived.