Spell check of discourse

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Correct spelling: discourse


Common misspellings:

discuce, disclouser, discvuss, discouss, discourge, dispurse, discarge, dislosure, dicscuss, desscuse, disguese, discource, disccused, discourgae, disclourse, disscusse, discoervy, discours, dicorce, discouts, discouarge, descuse, disciuss, disscuss, discrase, dilicous, dispurser, disucuss, sisscors, disccussed, discouge, dimuscuse, discucss, demuscous, decicous, discourser, disclouse, disquise, dicourse, discourd, discusse, taskforce, discoure, discause, diuscuss, distiguise, disccuse, desiguse, discosure, deliscous.

Examples of usage:

  1. When he had finished his lengthy and excited speech Brand took up the discourse.  The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land by Ralph Connor
  2. It was in autumn hours such as these- and only too well known in Rehoboth- that old Mr. Morell used to discourse on the fading leaf, and tell of a harvest past and a summer ended, and bid his flock so number their days that they might apply their hearts unto wisdom.  Lancashire Idylls (1898) by Marshall Mather
  3. His discourse did, however, bring one idea into my head; which is, that there is a remarkable connection between religion and slavery.  Newton Forster by Frederick Marryat
  4. Dakianos, surprised with this discourse, answered, How can it be as you say?  Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers by Various
  5. 2. The forms of discourse are- a.  Composition-Rhetoric by Stratton D. Brooks