discourse[ noun dis-kawrs, -kohrs, dis-kawrs, -kohrs; verb dis-kawrs, -kohrs ]SEE DEFINITION OF discourse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOURSE
To Alec Haskell I shall in this discourse again have occasion to refer.
It is sweet and refreshing to pursue our old subjects of discourse.
Making notes of them for ourselves we discourse of them to others.
We understand how to discourse upon diseases when we have that dress?
"We're havin' a dish o' discourse," returned Nicholas quietly.
The doctrine of the discourse was the reciprocal duty of pastor and people.
The object of his discourse was a panegyric of himself and a satire on all other conjurors.
Hence the master is never too busy; he is always ready to deliver the discourse.
They think I can read in all languages and discourse on all subjects.
Yes, I said; but the discourse should be of a reasonable length.