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Discourses

ˈdɪs.kɔːs

Meanings of Discourses:

noun

Written or spoken communication or debate.

Usage examples:

The language of political discourse
verb

Speak or write authoritatively about a topic.

Usage examples:

She could discourse at great length on the history of europe

Discoursing

ˈdɪs.kɔːs

Meanings of Discoursing:

verb

Speak or write authoritatively about a topic.

Usage examples:

She could discourse at great length on the history of europe
noun

Written or spoken communication or debate.

Usage examples:

The language of political discourse

Meanings of Discoursive:

adjective

Of the nature of or characterized by discourse or dialogue; conversational; (sometimes) specifically characterized by frequent or excessive digression; digressive, rambling. in later use also: of or relating to discourse.

Meanings of Discoursively:

adverb

By way of or in the manner of a discourse; (sometimes) at length, verbosely.

Meanings of Discoursiveness:

noun

The quality of being discoursive.

Meanings of Discourt:

verb

To dismiss or expel from the court of a king, prince, etc.; to deprive of the favour of court.

Meanings of Discourteous:

adjective

Showing rudeness and a lack of consideration for other people.

Usage examples:

It would be unkind and discourteous to decline a visit

Discourtesies

dɪˈskɜː.tə.si

Meanings of Discourtesies:

noun

Rude and inconsiderate behaviour.

Usage examples:

He was able to discourage visitors without obvious discourtesy

Discourtesy

dɪˈskɜː.tə.si

Meanings of Discourtesy:

noun

Rude and inconsiderate behaviour.

Usage examples:

He was able to discourage visitors without obvious discourtesy

Meanings of Discovenant:

verb

Chiefly in religious contexts: to break a covenant with; to exclude from a covenant.

Discover

dɪˈskʌv.ər

Meanings of Discover:

verb

Find unexpectedly or during a search.

Usage examples:

Firemen discovered a body in the debris

Discoverability

dɪˌskʌv.ər.ə.ˈbɪl.ɪ.ti

Meanings of Discoverability:

noun

The quality of being able to be discovered or found.

Usage examples:

The legal discoverability of information

Discoverable

dɪˈskʌv.ər.ə.bəl

Meanings of Discoverable:

adjective

Able to be discovered or found; findable.

Usage examples:

The traces of his pen are readily discoverable on every page

Meanings of Discoverably:

adverb

So as to be discovered; in a discoverable manner; detectably.

Meanings of Discovered:

verb

Find unexpectedly or during a search.

Usage examples:

Firemen discovered a body in the debris

Discoverer

dɪˈskʌv.ər.ər

Meanings of Discoverer:

noun

The first person to find or explore a place.

Usage examples:

Some of the first pulsar planet discoveries were later retracted by their discoverers.

Discoverers

dɪˈskʌv.ər.ər

Meanings of Discoverers:

noun

The first person to find or explore a place.

Usage examples:

Some of the first pulsar planet discoveries were later retracted by their discoverers.

Discoveries

dɪˈskʌv.ər.i

Meanings of Discoveries:

noun

The action or process of discovering or being discovered.

Usage examples:

The discovery of the body

Discovers

dɪˈskʌv.ər

Meanings of Discovers:

verb

Find unexpectedly or during a search.

Usage examples:

Firemen discovered a body in the debris

Meanings of Discovert:

adjective

Of a woman: not covert; having no husband. compare "sole".

Meanings of Discoverture:

noun

The state, condition, or fact of not having a husband; the time during which a woman is in this state.

Discovery

dɪˈskʌv.ər.i

Meanings of Discovery:

noun

The action or process of discovering or being discovered.

Usage examples:

The discovery of the body

Meanings of Discreate:

verb

To undo the creation of; to unmake; to destroy.

Meanings of Discreated:

verb

To undo the creation of; to unmake; to destroy.

Meanings of Discreating:

verb

To undo the creation of; to unmake; to destroy.

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