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Item under discussion
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Alternative clues for the word topic
What debaters debate
Something to talk about
Something to debate
Talk about it
Debaters debate it
Subject of discussion
Anything to talk about
"Resolved: that ...," for debaters
The weather, commonly
Issue to discuss
Message board thread
Essayist's starting point
Some situation or event that is thought about
The subject matter of a conversation or discussion
Issue at hand
Word definitions for topic in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a controversial issue/topic/subject ▪ I tried to avoid controversial topics such as politics and religion. an essay topic ▪ Students will be given six essay topics, from which they must choose two. discuss a topic (=...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Topic \Top"ic\, n. [F. topiques, pl., L. topica the title of a work of Aristotle, Gr. topika`, fr. topiko`s of or for place, concerning to`poi, or commonplaces, fr. to`pos a place.] One of the various general forms of argument employed in probable as distinguished...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
a. (l en topical) n. subject; theme; a category or general area of interest.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1630s, "a class of considerations from which probable arguments can be drawn," singular form of "Topics" (1560s), the name of a work by Aristotle on logical and rhetorical generalities, from Latin Topica , from Greek Ta Topika , literally "matters concerning...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. the subject matter of a conversation or discussion; "he didn't want to discuss that subject"; "it was a very sensitive topic"; "his letters were always on the theme of love" [syn: subject , theme ] some situation or event that is thought about; "he kept...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Topic , topics , TOPIC , topical , topicality or Topix may refer to:
Usage examples of topic.
We will return to this topic in later chapters, when we trace the rise of this metabiological absolutizing back to its source in the Enlightenment paradigm.
The topics insisted on, however, were for the most part identical with those which had for a series of years been repeatedly adduced in the commons, so that a repetition of them is unnecessary.
He had a tendency to jumble one topic in with another as things occurred to him, and a good deal of it was profane, but Alec managed to sift out enough to set his mind at rest by the time they drew alongside the sleek hull of the Grampus.
The bone of her contention and her main topic now, as it had been for months, was the fact that Alee and Mary were together.
During machine lulls, over paper cups of wine, he volunteered topics rather than just politely annotating ours.
Several of the veteran fishermen were suddenly eager for his viewpoint on baiting, and on any number of other topics, at the local tavern where everyone hung out.
Valenglard and Madame Morin began on the topic of the horoscope anew, and I left them, taking Mdlle.
It occurred to him belatedly that syphilis was perhaps not a topic suitable to discuss with a lady.
In the Oswiecim camp itself, Berel said, where one saw the chimneys flame out at night, and smelled the burning hair, meat, and fat, many inmates shunned the topic of the gassings, or even denied that they were happening.
Lamhorn was obviously disturbed, though Bibbs had been as considerate as possible in presenting the weather as a topic.
Rhodes pacified him, though, by congratulating him heartily on the new line of work, asking to see further studies, promising to take the topic of renewed biogenesis up at the very next meeting of the directors.
We spent the time by talking with interest on various topics till Cesarino and the husband came back.
A typical issue of Cryptozoology usually contains one or more articles by scientists on the topic of wildmen.
Hardly any other foreign topic engaged the debating powers of the members, except the all-absorbing one of the hostile proceedings of Russia against Turkey.
Captain Desai, and his attitude often resulted in conversations with her on these and related topics that could be, for lack of a better word, animated.