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discourse
used in Frankenstein

3 uses
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Definition
a serious speech, writing, or conversation on a particular topic
  • I listened to this discourse with the extremest agony.
    Chapter 9 (58% in)
  • By great application, however, and after having remained during the space of several revolutions of the moon in my hovel, I discovered the names that were given to some of the most familiar objects of discourse; I learned and applied the words, 'fire,' 'milk,' 'bread,' and 'wood.'
    Chapter 12 (38% in)
  • Soon after, however, Felix approached with another man; I was surprised, as I knew that he had not quitted the cottage that morning, and waited anxiously to discover from his discourse the meaning of these unusual appearances.
    Chapter 16 (23% in)

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