Dis*cours"ive (?), a. [See Discursive.]

1.

Reasoning; characterized by reasoning; passing from premises to consequences; discursive.

Milton.

2.

Containing dialogue or conversation; interlocutory.

The epic is everywhere interlaced with dialogue or discoursive scenes. Dryden.

3.

Inclined to converse; conversable; communicative; as, a discoursive man.

[R.]

 

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Dis*cours"ive, n.

The state or quality of being discoursive or able to reason.

[R.]

Feltham.

 

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