Definition of Discoursers

1. Noun. (plural of discourser) ¹



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Definition of Discoursers

1. discourser [n] - See also: discourser

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Discoursers

discouragers
discourages
discourageth
discouraging
discouragingly
discoure
discoured
discoures
discouring
discourse
discourse analysis
discourse marker
discourse markers
discoursed
discourser
discoursers (current term)
discourses
discoursing
discoursive
discoursively
discoursiveness
discourteous
discourteously
discourteousness
discourtesies
discourtesy
discourtship
discous
discovenant
discovenanted

Literary usage of Discoursers

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1. The Principles of Written Discourse by Theodore Whitefield Hunt (1884)
"Aristotle and Cicero boasted in the name alike of philosopher and dis- courser. They desired and professed to be philosophic discoursers and acknowledged no ..."

2. State Papers: Relating to Henry VIII. by Great Britain Record Commission (1849)
"... if you will truste the discoursers, ther is; for they say that ... and theys discoursers conjecture, ..."

3. Treatises on the High Veneration Man's Intellect Owes to God by Robert Boyle, Henry Rogers (1835)
"auditories, required rather popular arguments; which the inspired discoursers employ, but as likely to be better understood, and more prevalent than those ..."

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