Definition of Discoures

1. Verb. (third-person singular of discoure) ¹



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Definition of Discoures

1. discoure [v] - See also: discoure

Lexicographical Neighbors of Discoures

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

Literary usage of Discoures

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

1. Daniel Deronda by George Eliot (1876)
"... against Ptolemy had made little difference to his discoures under the balcony. Yet all love is not such, even though potent ; nay, this passion hath as ..."

2. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1896)
"On 5 Oct. 1557 Pownall and seven of his companions wrote to Bullinger, thanking him for dedicating to them a volume of his discoures (Original Letters, ..."

3. The Contemporary Review (1871)
"... I read it," he continues, " and I have it not now by me, if I forget not there be divers things which divers discoures notc-a-days much symbolize with. ..."

4. Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest by Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland (1852)
"discoures of Leicester and French ambassadors—Elizabeth imprisons lady Mary Gray— Takes offence with Leicester—Her ..."

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