to discourse on a subject.
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How to use dissert in a sentence
He walked over the sea, as over dry land, &c. See Muraturi, dissert.
Upon such occasions it is not amiss to know how to parley cuisine, and to be able to dissert upon the growth and flavor of wines.The PG Edition of Chesterfield's Letters to His Son | The Earl of Chesterfield
Muratori, Dissertazione sopra le Antichita Italiane, dissert.Pope Adrian IV | Richard Raby
Warton mentions a similar instance of a grant to the monks of St. Sithin, dissert.Bibliomania in the Middle Ages | Frederick Somner Merryweather
I am not going to dissert on Hood's humor; I am not a fair judge.Roundabout Papers | William Makepeace Thackeray