The toasts were clever as well as complimentary, and the table-talk light and sparkling.
Or let him listen to the table-talk of a party returned from Crater Lake.
Coleridge at another time helped himself to Luther's 'table-talk,' and this also called forth a great outcry.
One very uncertain test of a man of genius is his table-talk.
Coleridge in his table-talk adds that "intense study of the Bible will keep any writer from being vulgar in point of style."
The every-day distinctions in this matter, are familiar as table-talk.
My own belief is that the king had private information of Kant's ultimate tendencies as revealed in his table-talk.
What would we not give for the table-talk of Henry Fielding.
The every-day distinction on this subject, are familiar as table-talk.
From the small contributions she made to the table-talk, she seemed, to him, rather out of the common run.