Disquisition

Dis`qui*si"tion

(?), n. [L. disquisitio, fr. disquirere to inquire diligently, investigate; dis- + quaerere to seek. See Quest.] A formal or systematic inquiry into, or discussion of, any subject; a full examination or investigation of a matter, with the arguments and facts bearing upon it; elaborate essay; dissertation.
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For accurate research or grave disquisition he was not well qualified.
Macaulay.
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