Discourse

Dis*course"

, v. t. 1. To treat of; to expose or set forth in language. [Obs.]
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The life of William Tyndale . . . is sufficiently and at large discoursed in the book.
Foxe.
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2. To utter or give forth; to speak.
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It will discourse most eloquent music.
Shak.
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3. To talk to; to confer with. [Obs.]
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I have spoken to my brother, who is the patron, to discourse the minister about it.
Evelyn.
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