Definition of 'disquisition'
Example sentences containing 'disquisition'
He then went on to give a disquisition on the feminist Gothic, which apparently was the wave of the future in the romance field.DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE (1993)
Re-reading the draft of this report, I was tempted to excise this disquisition from the text as being irrelevant.DOUBTFUL MOTIVES (1993)
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