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  • We have no discourse. (10)
  • And thus ended their discourse. (4)
  • There was no want of discourse. (4)
  • The discourse was over, the danger past. (8)
  • Here consequently was an inexhaustible subject of discourse. (4)
  • Her discourse with the latter amused her passing reflections. (10)
  • Another might discourse like an angel and it would be useless. (10)
  • Victor had to keep silent and discourse of general prosperity. (10)
  • The hymn was over, the prelate had begun to deliver his discourse. (8)
  • There was a little awkwardness at first in their discourse on another subject. (4)
  • And then to turn the discourse, she began admiring the house and the furniture. (4)
  • Fenellan commended the subject to her, as one to discourse of when she met Dartrey. (10)
  • He could have preached a discourse upon Success, to quiet the discontentment of the unseated. (10)
  • They listened placidly to a discourse upon her performances, Japanese to their understandings. (10)
  • She was earnest in sympathy; not awake to the comical; dull as the clouds, dull as the discourse. (10)
  • Land-values in the developing Colonies, formed his theme of discourse to Fenellan: let Banks beware. (10)
  • After very little farther discourse, it was finally settled that the invitation should be fully accepted. (4)
  • The gastric springs of eloquence moved him to discourse, and he unburdened himself between succulent pauses. (10)
  • And our world of seats oddly gained, quaintly occupied, maliciously beset, insensately envied, needs the discourse. (10)
  • But how is your acquaintance to be long supported, under such extraordinary despatch of every subject for discourse? (4)
  • She then changed the discourse to one more gratifying to each, and on which there could be no difference of sentiment. (4)
  • At this table James Greydon used to entertain his intimates, and he loved to sit and discourse upon topics of the day. (18)
  • The poor young lady came in a flutter, thinking that the friend of Mrs. Warwick would expect her to discourse cleverly. (10)
  • Yet in the maze of his discourse there might be gathered hints of his attitude toward the problem of industrial education. (13)
  • Catherine feared, as she listened to their discourse, that he indulged himself a little too much with the foibles of others. (4)
  • Her agitation as they entered the great gallery was too much for any endeavour at discourse; she could only look at her companion. (4)
  • The smile was of the acceptedly feigned, conventional character; a polished Surface: belonging to the passage of the discourse, and not to the emotions. (10)
  • After some discourse she contrived to say inoffensively that people who strolled into her churches for the music, or out of curiosity, played the barbarian. (10)
  • They were all very polite, voluble, and enthusiastic; and their discourse was interlarded with English boating terms, and the names of English boat-builders and English clubs. (2)

Also see sentences for: address, censure, lecture, oration, rate, speech, upbraid.

Definition of discourse:

  • discourse, dis-krs’, n. speech or language generally: conversation: the reasoning faculty: a treatise: a sermon. | v.i. to talk or converse: to reason: to treat formally. | v.t. to utter or give forth. | n. discours’er (_shak._). | adj. discours’ive. (0)

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