It was very clear from his demeanor that he was not going to discuss it.
Neither he nor any of his family will talk on the record or discuss the case.
Smith declined to discuss the book further, but he is not alone in taking the throwback Gothic tale seriously.
Brad joined us for tea in the living room to discuss the “proposed documentary.”
Lometcha refuses to discuss the earlier history of Belgika—more than once he retorts, “Ask the Belgians!”
I said there were two things to discuss, the pretext and the execution.
"Anyway, sir, I should not discuss your business," said the valet with dignity.
It was too late now, however, to discuss this point any longer with myself.
Are you presuming to discuss my daughter's insanity with me?
"I cannot discuss this matter with you, Mademoiselle," he answered.
mid-14c., "to examine, investigate," from Latin discuss-, past participle stem of discutere "to dash to pieces, agitate," in Late Latin and Vulgar Latin also "to discuss, investigate" (see discussion). Meaning "examine by argument, debate" is from mid-15c. Related: Discussed; discussing.