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Disquisition
dis-kwə-ZIH-shən
Part of speech: noun
Origin: 
Latin, mid 17th century
1A long or elaborate essay or discussion on a particular subject.
 
Examples of Disquisition in a sentence “Lucian submitted a disquisition of poetry inspired by Shakespeare for his thesis.” “I don’t just love cheese — I wrote a disquisition on the origins of cheesemaking.”

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