Definition of Discoured

1. Verb. (past of discoure) ¹



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Definition of Discoured

1. discoure [v] - See also: discoure

Lexicographical Neighbors of Discoured

discounters
discounting
discounts
discourage
discourageable
discouraged
discouragement
discouragements
discourager
discouragers
discourages
discourageth
discouraging
discouragingly
discoure
discoured (current term)
discoures
discouring
discourse
discourse analysis
discourse marker
discourse markers
discoursed
discourser
discoursers
discourses
discoursing
discoursive
discoursively
discoursiveness

Literary usage of Discoured

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The History of Maryland: From Its First Settlement, in 1633, to the by John Leeds Bozman (1837)
"... nearly to the most northern part of the coast of Newfoundland, "the lande," as he says, "that was in times past discoured by the Brit- tons. ..."

2. The Monthly Review (1839)
"I ame sure now you fere we shall be discoured ; but doe not fright your selfe, for I warrant you the ..."

3. Collections of the Maine Historical Society by Maine Historical Society (1891)
"... Every Brook and Gulley But discoured No Signs of ye Enemy Arrived at Brunswick Falls in the Evening. MONDAY JULY YE 25. ..."

4. John Cabot, the Discoverer of North America, and Sebastian, His Son: A by Henry Harrisse (1896)
"discoured that land which no man before that time had attempted, on the 24 of June, about fiue of the clocke early in the morning. ..."

5. Old South Leaflets by Old South Association (1902)
"... and continent of the same, were firste discoured and inhabited, and by what nation, and by whome. Then are wee to answer in generall and ..."

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