Definition of Discured

1. Verb. (past of discure) ¹



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Definition of Discured

1. discure [v] - See also: discure

Lexicographical Neighbors of Discured

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

Literary usage of Discured

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

1. Political Poems and Songs Relating to English History, Composed During the by Thomas Wright (1861)
"... B. ; and discured, D. i0 Alle wey of our, D. elder, B. , .a .n ii the rynge, D. oure, B. ^' _ '- waspe, B., D. thine, ..."

2. On English Adjectives in -able: With Special Reference to Reliable by Fitzedward Hall (1877)
"An anonymous poem dated about 1437, has discured, ' discovered,' and not as a rime. See Political Poems and Songs, &c. (1861), Vol. 2, p. 174. ..."

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