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descant a discussion or a variation on any given subject. [1/4 definitions]
dialogue a literary work in the form of a discussion between persons. [1/5 definitions]
discourse a discussion in speech or writing, often formal and at some length. [1/4 definitions]
discussant a participant in a formal discussion.
disputation the act of disputing; discussion or debate. [1/2 definitions]
disquisition a formal, often lengthy, oral or written discussion of a subject.
drag to inject into a discussion, often gratuitously or inappropriately. [1/13 definitions]
finality the quality or fact of allowing no further discussion or change. [1/2 definitions]
forensic pertaining to, used in, or fit for public discussion or debate; rhetorical. [1/5 definitions]
forum a meeting place or media channel for open discussion of issues. [1/4 definitions]
gag rule a rule or law that restricts discussion of a particular topic, as in a legislative body.
he1 the male human being or animal that is under discussion or was recently referred to. [1/4 definitions]
huddle a small private discussion or conference, or the group gathered for it. [1/8 definitions]
inject to interject or introduce into a discussion, presentation, or situation. [1/2 definitions]
interject to interpose (a remark or comment) between words or remarks or in the middle of a conversation or discussion.
issue a point or matter that is of concern, in question, or under discussion. [1/10 definitions]
moderate to direct, guide, or preside over (a discussion, meeting, or the like). [2/9 definitions]
moderator someone who moderates, such as the leader of a discussion group or the chairperson at a meeting. [1/2 definitions]
moot to present for debate or discussion; broach. [2/6 definitions]
negotiate to settle the terms of (a loan, contract, or the like) by discussion. [1/5 definitions]
newsgroup a discussion group on a computer network such as the Internet where people post and read messages on specific topics.