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- (of speech or writing) tending to digress from the main point; rambling
- (philosophy) using reason and argument rather than intuition
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Dis*cur"sive (?), a. [Cf. F.
discursif. See Discourse, and cf. Discoursive.]
1. Passing from one thing to another; ranging
over a wide field; roving; digressive; desultory.
"Discursive notices." De Quincey.
The power he [Shakespeare] delights to show is not
intense, but discursive. Hazlitt.
A man rather tacit than
2. Reasoning; proceeding from one ground to
another, as in reasoning; argumentative.
Reason is her being, Milton.
Discursive or intuitive.
-- Dis*cur"sive*ly, adv. --
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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