discourse (v.)
relate, talk about, recount
1H6 I.iv.26[Salisbury to Talbot] Discourse, I prithee, on this turret's top
CE V.i.396[Abbess to Duke] hear at large discoursed all our fortunes
JC III.i.295[Antony to Servant] thou shalt discourse / To young Octavius of the state of things
MND IV.ii.26[Bottom to all] I am to discourse wonders
MND V.i.150[Quince to all] Let Lion, Moonshine, Wall, and lovers twain / At large discourse while here they do remain
Per I.iv.18[Cleon to Dionyza] I'll then discourse our woes
R2 V.vi.10[Northumberland to King Henry, of the king's enemies] The manner of their taking may appear / At large discoursed in this paper here
Tit V.iii.80[Marcus to Lucius, of their ancestor] he did discourse / To lovesick Dido's sad-attending ear / The story
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