(?), a. Prone to make excursions; wandering; roving; exploring; as, an excursive fancy.
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The course of excursive . . . understandings.
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-- Ex*cur"sive*ly, adv. -- Ex*cur"sive*ness, , n.
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(?), n. [L., fr. excurrere, excursum. See Excurrent.] A dissertation or digression appended to a work, and containing a more extended exposition of some important point or topic.
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