disscusion

disscusion

disscusion

Disscusion
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Synonyms

  • argument,
  • argumentation,
  • argy-bargy
  • [ chiefly British ],
  • back-and-forth,
  • colloquy,
  • confab,
  • confabulation,
  • conference,
  • consult,
  • consultation,
  • council,
  • counsel,
  • debate,
  • deliberation,
  • dialogue
  • ( also dialog ) ,
  • give-and-take,
  • palaver,
  • parley,
  • talk

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I think there’s to be some sort of a discussion, but I’m not sure.
After supper, Mr. Palfrey opened the discussion on Marriage.

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References:

http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/discussion
http://www.yourdictionary.com/discussion
http://documentation.brightspace.com/EN/le/discussions/learner/create_discussion_thread_2.htm
http://www.datacommissioner.gov.au/resources/discussion-paper
http://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/00438029410058268/full/html

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