Definition of topic:
- A treatise on forms of argument; a system or scheme of forms or commonplaces of argument or oratory; as, the Topics of Aristotle.
- An argument or reason.
- An external local application or remedy, as a plaster, a blister, etc.
- One of the various general forms of argument employed in probable as distinguished from demonstrative reasoning, -- denominated by Aristotle to` poi ( literally, places), as being the places or sources from which arguments may be derived, or to which they may be referred; also, a prepared form of argument, applicable to a great variety of cases, with a supply of which the ancient rhetoricians and orators provided themselves; a commonplace of argument or oratory.
- The subject of any distinct portion of a discourse, or argument, or literary composition; also, the general or main subject of the whole; a matter treated of; a subject, as of conversation or of thought; a matter; a point; a head.
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- meaning (part of speech: noun)
topic (part of speech: noun)
- question (part of speech: verb)
- "The Nether World", George Gissing.
- "Daybreak: A Romance of an Old World", James Cowan.
- "How Girls Can Help Their Country", Juliette Low Agnes Baden-Powell Robert Baden-Powell.