1. talk at length and formally about a topic
    The speaker dissertated about the social politics in 18th century England
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  • But before I begin to examine the chances of the Atlantic Pact doing the job the Empire and the British Navy did for so long in "promoting stability and well being in the North Atlantic area" to quote the preamble to the Treaty which is to be - signed next week, I would like with your permission to dissertate just a little on this matter of cross-roads. Cross-Roads
  • Bert Taylor dissertated sometimes on one phase of the subject, sometimes on another. The Gray Dawn
  • Don Juan, attracted by the gypsy dancer Fifine, dissertates to Elvire on the nature of his feelings.
  • On the strength of nostalgia I wonder if I dare dissertate about the days of outdoor toilets.
  • He had a good many old papers in his desk at the Custom-House, which he produced and dissertated upon, and afterwards went with me to his sister's, and showed me an old book, with a record of the children of the first emigrant (who came over two hundred years ago), in his own handwriting. Passages from the American Notebooks, Volume 1
  • I cannot connect to the Internet there, and the books where I sit are damn boring, so there's nothing to do but dissertate.
  • ***--I don't think that I managed to de-dissertate my style entirely, and to my eye there's a difference between the chapters left somewhat as-is and the massively revised chapters, but at least I managed to eliminate "gynohistoriographical" from the introduction. Prosaic
  • He dissertated on rhetoric in American colleges and made a great splash among compositionists with Themes, Theories, and Therapy.
  • My major field is History of Science, and I plan to dissertate on the development of the development of Quantum Mechanics.
  • Mao Zedong, in his doctrine about "popularization and promotion" in Talks at the Yan'an Forum on Literature and Art, dissertated succinctly the lacunae of the theory on expectation eyeshot.
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