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diseur

[ dee-zur; French dee-zœr ]
/ diˈzɜr; French diˈzœr /
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noun, plural di·seurs [dee-zurz; French dee-zœr]. /diˈzɜrz; French diˈzœr/.
a male professional entertainer who performs monologues.
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Origin of diseur

<French: literally, speaker, Old French, equivalent to dis- (stem of dire<Latin dīcere;see diction) + -eur-eur
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