discourse

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  • It became a term of common cultural discourse and appeared even in religious records.
  • He also wrote many discourses which he signed with his own name.
  • Discoursing thus, we came near to the place where he expected to find the boy. Cited from Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2), by John Roby
  • His discourses were repeated by those who heard to those who did not. Cited from Peter the Hermit, by Daniel A. Goodsell
  • In discoursing of things that you have heard, name not your author always. Cited from Our Deportment, by John H. Young
  • He could hardly understand the nature of his feelings while discoursing with her. Cited from The Scottish Chiefs, by Miss Jane Porter
  • This would come to be a common theme in the political discourse about the new party.
  • So that the man who lived in the dark discoursed to the boy on light. Cited from I.N.R.I., by Peter Rosegger
  • He has delivered many discourses, some of which have been published as books.
  • The manner of their taking may appear At large discoursed in this paper here. Cited from King Richard II, by William Shakespeare
  • Thus the master discoursed in a way full of grace and good sense. Cited from The Well of Saint Clare, by Anatole France
  • Community members must learn through both instruction-based learning and group discourse.
  • Discoursing on different subjects, we entered the town, and passed through several streets. Cited from Agnes Grey, by Anne Bronte
  • His audience hung upon his every word, and so he discoursed for half an hour. Cited from The Last Leaf, by James Kendall Hosmer
  • And they continued their walk discoursing on subjects far more interesting to themselves than politics. Cited from Roger Willoughby, by William H. G. Kingston
  • He was really anxious to meet some of the people about whom the old lady discoursed. Cited from The Magic Egg and Other Stories, by Stockton
  • Hate speech has become more common in the media and in political discourse.
  • He discoursed his philosophy extremely effectively among the people in their own language.
  • There remained nine of us, and among the rest he who discoursed with me at the table too.
  • Both of them shared common interest in religion and used to have multiple discourses.
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Words starting with discourse

Meaning of discourse

  • noun Extended verbal expression in speech or writing
  • verb To consider or examine in speech or writing
    The author talks about the different aspects of this question, The class discussed Dante's `Inferno'