discoure

Related to discoure: Discourse analysis

discoure

(dɪsˈkaʊə)
vb (tr)
archaic to discover (someone or something)
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and repetition of derogatory discoure are as different as chalk and cheese.' The Sharif family should prove its innocence by documentary evidence instead of maligning the judiciary.
Using Discoure to Foster Communities of Mathematical Inquiry