But they dug into the details, and their audiences expected them to be conversant in details.
He is as conversant with HTML and Git as with metaphor and the twists and turns of plotting.
I merely state what were presented to me—I believe correctly—as facts by one who ought to have been conversant with them.
You will polish him up for me and make him conversant with everything.
If we had been more conversant with ancient chronology we might have understood, but we were not so conversant.
You are far too conversant with the working of our institutions to expect such.
Strange to say, he does not seem to be at all conversant with the nature of their offences.
I am not conversant with this sort of thing, nor the men who deal in them.
And yet Croll had been conversant with some irregular doings in his time, and Melmotte knew well the extent of Croll's experience.
He is, besides, conversant with most of the arts and sciences.