Discept

Dis┬Ěcept' intransitive verb [ Latin disceptare .] To debate; to discuss. [ R.] « One dissertates, he is candid; Two must discept , -- has distinguished.» R. Browning.
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Discept

• (v. i.) To debate; to discuss.
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discept

to dispute; to debate
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