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cartoon a drawing or series of drawings, usu. with written or spoken commentary or dialogue, and usu. humorous or satirical in nature; caricature; comic strip. [1/5 definitions]
colloquy a conversation or written dialogue, esp. one with a formal setting and purpose.
comic opera an opera or operetta, usu. humorous, with some spoken dialogue, and a happy ending.
dialogue to express in the form of a dialogue. [1/5 definitions]
eclogue a poem, usu. in dialogue form, about the charms of country life.
high comedy comedy involving the upper social classes, featuring an intricate plot, sophisticated characterization, and witty dialogue. (Cf. low comedy.)
interlocutor one who participates in a conversation or dialogue.
interlocutory of, or pertaining to conversation or dialogue. [1/2 definitions]
loquacious containing more words or dialogue than desirable; wordy. [1/2 definitions]
masque a dramatic entertainment, usu. with music but no dialogue, that was current in England during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. [1/3 definitions]
opéra comique opera with spoken dialogue in addition to musical solos and ensembles.
operetta a short light, usu. humorous opera, often with dialogue that is spoken as well as sung.
script the written text of a dialogue, play, movie, or the like. [1/5 definitions]
stichomythia in ancient Greek drama, a dialogue between two characters usu. speaking alternating lines of verse.
subtitle a translation of the spoken dialogue of a foreign-language film, displayed at the bottom of the screen. [2/4 definitions]
sutra in Buddhism, a sermon or dialogue of Buddha. [1/2 definitions]
talky having or including too much talk or dialogue. [1/2 definitions]