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discuss

verb agitare, air, analyze, argue for and against, argue the case, argue the point, bandy words, carryon a conversation, comment, comment upon, confabulate, confer, confer with, consider, consult, contend in words, contest, converse, debate, deliberate upon, dialogize, discourse, discourse about, disputare, disserere, dissertate, engage in a conversation, engage in conversaaion, engage in oral controversy, exchange observations, exchange opinions, explain, have a conference on, hold conclave, hold conference, hold conversations, hold interrourse, indulge in argument, interchange views, join in a conversation, negotiate, parley, partake in a symposium, present varied opinions, reason about, reason with, recite, review, speak of, speak on, take into account, take up in conference, talk about, talk it over, talk of, talk out, talk over, talk together
Associated concepts: confidential information, privileged innormation
See also: address, canvass, comment, confer, consult, controvert, converse, counsel, debate, deliberate, discourse, investigate, mention, persuade, process, reason, remark, respond, treat
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Well," said the gratified and reddening visitor, "it ain't perhaps the square thing to them or myself to say that they reckoned to have me discuss their delicate affairs for them, but--"
Seeing his good intention, the travellers were unwilling to press him further, and once more bidding him farewell, they left him and pursued their journey, in the course of which they did not fail to discuss the story of Marcela and Chrysostom as well as the madness of Don Quixote.
I propose, in a series of papers, to discuss the following interesting particulars:
These principles being established, let us now discuss the proper structure of the Plot, since this is the first and most important thing in Tragedy.
In doing so I will keep to the order indicated above, and discuss how such principalities are to be ruled and preserved.
This evening, therefore, there will be a gathering at which we shall discuss literature
We met to discuss and settle the plan of operations for each voyage of the Tremolino.
It is still possible to discuss his place in art, and the adulation of his admirers is perhaps no less capricious than the disparagement of his detractors; but one thing can never be doubtful, and that is that he had genius.
Having thus settled the sleeping arrangements to the satisfaction of all four of us, the only thing left to discuss was what we should take with us; and this we had begun to argue, when Harris said he'd had enough oratory for one night, and proposed that we should go out and have a smile, saying that he had found a place, round by the square, where you could really get a drop of Irish worth drinking.
Gordon Jones," he said, "but this is not a matter which I can discuss with you.
The girls had not much time to discuss him with us.
I had hailed Taylor, and sent him across the river to take in Delcarte, that the two might join me and discuss my discovery and our future plans.