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    disquisition

    disquisition - Dictionary definition and meaning for word disquisition

    Definition
    (noun) an elaborate analytical or explanatory essay or discussion
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for disquisition

its like dis +quisition(means question)......when someone questions u.......u need to give explanations...EX:-enquiry...

DIScuss & Quiz (inquire) = Elaborate explanation/inquiry.

disquisition sounds like This acquisition When someone acquires something very expensive,the taxmen disquisite the owner

opposite of question is answer, opposite of inquisition(question in depth) is disquisition(answer in depth)

Disquisition is the same as inquisition but in a less severe form.

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This(dis) question(qui) needs disquisition

Dis(this) + quis(quiz) >> ask formal questions.... inquiry..

disquisition = dis (not) + quisition ( quiet) = not keeping silent going to elaborate the thing.

This Inquisition brought about following results...(Results of a formal inquiry)

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