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disquisition definition

  • noun:
    • an official discourse on a subject, frequently in writing.
    • A lengthy, formal discourse that analyses or explains some subject; a dissertation or treatise.
    • A formal or organized inquiry into, or conversation of, any topic; a full examination or research of a matter, with the arguments and details bearing upon it; sophisticated essay; dissertation.
    • A seeking; search; examination.
    • A formal or systematic query into or investigation of some issue or topic; a formal discussion or treatise; a dissertation; an essay: since, a disquisition on federal government or morals.
    • a more sophisticated analytical or explanatory essay or conversation
    • an official discourse on a subject, usually in writing.
    • a long, formal discourse that analyses or explains some topic; a dissertation or treatise.
    • A formal or organized query into, or discussion of, any subject; a complete examination or examination of a matter, aided by the arguments and realities bearing upon it; fancy essay; dissertation.
    • A seeking; search; research.
    • an official or organized query into or research of some issue or subject; an official discussion or treatise; a dissertation; an essay: as, a disquisition on government or morals.
    • a more sophisticated analytical or explanatory essay or conversation
    • an official discourse on a topic, often on paper.
    • A lengthy, formal discourse that analyses or explains some topic; a dissertation or treatise.
    • an official or systematic query into, or discussion of, any topic; a full evaluation or examination of a matter, using the arguments and details bearing upon it; sophisticated essay; dissertation.
    • A seeking; search; examination.
    • A formal or organized query into or examination of some problem or topic; a formal conversation or treatise; a dissertation; an essay: since, a disquisition on federal government or morals.
    • a more sophisticated analytical or explanatory essay or conversation
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