Definition of Discure

1. v. t. To discover; to reveal; to discoure.



Definition of Discure

1. Verb. (obsolete) To discover; to reveal. ¹

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Definition of Discure

1. discover [v DISCURED, DISCURING, DISCURES] - See also: discover

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Discure

discrowns
discs
discubitory
disculpate
disculpated
disculpates
disculpating
disculpation
disculpations
disculpatory
discumbency
discumber
discumbered
discumbering
discumbers
discure (current term)
discured
discures
discuring
discurrent
discursion
discursions
discursist
discursists
discursive
discursively
discursiveness
discursory
discus
discus articularis

Literary usage of Discure

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1. A Glossary; Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to by Robert Nares, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps, Thomas Wright (1867)
"To discure. To discover. Singularly so used by Spenser. See Todd. ... ct I will, if please you it discure, assay Only a change of the original word, ..."

2. A Glossary and Etymological Dictionary: Of Obsolete and Uncommon Words by William Toone (1834)
"discure (F. decouvrir), to reveal or make known. A fool be was, to jeopard his life. ... it discure assay, To ease you of that ill. SPENSER'S F. QUEEN. ..."

3. The Life of Cardinal Wolsey by George Cavendish, Charles Whittingham, Chiswick Press (1825)
"For in whome I put my trust did me first discure'; ... “I will, if please you it discure, assay To ease you of that ill.,' He had trusted himself to the ..."

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