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discoursedis*course" (?), v. i. [imp. & p. p. discoursed (?); p. pr. & vb. n. discoursing.] 1. to exercise reason; to employ the mind in judging and inferring; to reason. [obs.] "have sense or can discourse." 2. to express one's self in oral discourse; to expose one's views; to talk in a continuous or formal manner; to hold forth; to speak; to converse. bid me discourse, i will enchant thine ear. 3. to relate something; to tell. 4. to treat of something in writing and formally.discourse dis*course" (?), n. [l. discursus a running to and fro, discourse, fr. discurrere, discursum, to run to and fro, to discourse; dis- + currere to run: cf. f. discours. see course.] 1. the power of the mind to reason or infer by running, as it were, from one fact or reason to another, and deriving a conclusion; an exercise or act of this power; reasoning; range of reasoning faculty. [obs.] difficult, strange, and harsh to the discourses of natural reason. sure he that made us with such large discourse, looking before and after, gave us not that capability and godlike reason to fust in us unused. 2. conversation; talk. in their discourses after supper. filling the head with variety of thoughts, and the mouth with copious discourse. 3. the art and manner of speaking and conversing. of excellent breeding, admirable discourse. 4. consecutive speech, either written or unwritten, on a given line of thought; speech; treatise; dissertation; sermon, etc.; as, the preacher gave us a long discourse on duty. 5. dealing; transaction. [obs.] good captain bessus, tell us the discourse betwixt tigranes and our king, and how we got the victory. & fl.discourse dis*course", v. t. 1. to treat of; to expose or set forth in language. [obs.] the life of william tyndale is sufficiently and at large discoursed in the book. 2. to utter or give forth; to speak. it will discourse most eloquent music. 3. to talk to; to confer with. [obs.] i have spoken to my brother, who is the patron, to discourse the minister about it.discourse n 1. extended verbal expression in speech or writing 2. an address of a religious nature (usually delivered during a church service) [syn: sermon, preaching] 3. an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic; "the book contains an excellent discussion of modal logic"; "his treatment of the race question is badly biased" [syn: discussion, treatment] v 1: to consider or examine in speech or writing; "the article covered all the different aspects of this question"; "the class discussed dante's 'inferno'" [syn: talk about , discuss] 2: carry on a conversation [syn: converse] 3: talk or hold forth formally

(v. t.)

To utter or give forth; to speak.  

(v. t.)

To treat of; to expose or set forth in language.  

(v. t.)

To talk to; to confer with.  

(v. i.)

To treat of something in writing and formally.  

(v. i.)

To relate something; to tell.  

(v. i.)

To express one's self in oral discourse; to expose one's views; to talk in a continuous or formal manner; to hold forth; to speak; to converse.  

(v. i.)

To exercise reason; to employ the mind in judging and inferring; to reason.  

(n.)

The power of the mind to reason or infer by running, as it were, from one fact or reason to another, and deriving a conclusion; an exercise or act of this power; reasoning; range of reasoning faculty.  

(n.)

The art and manner of speaking and conversing.  

(n.)

Dealing; transaction.  

(n.)

Conversation; talk.  

(n.)

Consecutive speech, either written or unwritten, on a given line of thought; speech; treatise; dissertation; sermon, etc.; as, the preacher gave us a long discourse on duty.  

Noun1. extended verbal expression in speech or writing (hypernym) language unit, linguistic unit (hyponym) context, linguistic context, context of use2. an address of a religious nature (usually delivered during a church service) (synonym) sermon, preaching (hypernym) address, speech (hyponym) baccalaureate (classification) church service, church3. an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic; "the book contains an excellent discussion of modal logic"; "his treatment of the race question is badly biased" (synonym) discussion, treatment (hypernym) communication, communicating (hyponym) detail (derivation) talk about, discussVerb1. to consider or examine in speech or writing; "The article covered all the different aspects of this question"; "The class discussed Dante's `Inferno'" (synonym) talk about, discuss (hypernym) cover, treat, handle, plow, deal, address (hyponym) descant (derivation) discussion, treatment2. carry on a conversation (synonym) converse (hypernym) talk, speak (hyponym) argue, contend, debate, fence3. talk or hold forth formally about a topic; "The speaker dissertated about the social politics in 18th century England" (synonym) dissertate (hypernym) talk, speak

dioscúrsa

Chwedleuo = v. to discourse

Cyngan = n. speech, discourse

Dychwedlu = v. to discourse

Parabl = n. speech; discourse

Treithio = v. to treat, to discourse

Ymadrodd = n. discourse

power of reasoning

Discourse is communication that goes back and forth (from the Latin, discursus, "running to and fro"), such as debate or argument. the term is used in semantics and discourse analysis. In semantics, discourses are linguistic units composed of several sentences — in other words, conversations, arguments or speeches.

discourse; prophecy  

sometimes this term refers to any kind of talk, but often it refers to particular unified ways of talking that represents a kind of conversation scross texts from different but related communities.

practices obeying certain rules: "Archaeology tries to define not the thoughts, representations, images, themes, preoccupations that are concealed or revealed in discourses; but those discourses themselves, those discourses as practices obeying certain rules." (Archaeology, 138)

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Anagrams

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Word analysis of discourse

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Vocalsdiscourse
Consonantsdiscourse
MD50ba1d42e6a6cfe28a821ec93d603b6f1
SHA1e8fcfa624e4fb6623eea57f54941a58ba797f14d