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excursus definition

  • noun:
    • A lengthy, appended exposition of a topic or point.
    • A digression.
    • A fuller treatment (in an independent area) of a particular an element of the text of a book, especially a classic.
    • A narrative digression, especially to discuss a particular concern.
    • A dissertation or digression appended to a-work, and containing an even more extended exposition of some important point or subject.
    • A digression; an excursion.
    • A dissertation placed in a-work, as an edition of a vintage, to elucidate some obscure or essential point associated with text.
    • a note that departs from the primary subject
    • A lengthy, appended exposition of an interest or point.
    • A digression.
    • A fuller therapy (in a separate area) of a particular an element of the text of a book, specifically a vintage.
    • A narrative digression, specifically to talk about a certain issue.
    • A dissertation or digression appended to a work, and containing a far more extended exposition of some crucial point or subject.
    • A digression; an excursion.
    • A dissertation placed in a-work, as an edition of a classic, to elucidate some obscure or essential point of this text.
    • a note that departs from primary topic
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