Discursive vs Unsettled - What's the difference?

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Discursive is a related term of unsettled.


As adjectives the difference between discursive and unsettled

is that discursive is (of speech or writing) tending to digress from the main point; rambling while unsettled is disturbed, upset.

As a verb unsettled is

(unsettle).

discursive

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • (of speech or writing) Tending to digress from the main point; rambling.
  • *
  • This means, at times, long and perhaps overly discursive discussions of other taxa.
  • (philosophy) Using reason and argument rather than intuition.
  • Derived terms

    * counterdiscursive

    See also

    * discourse ----

    unsettled

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Disturbed, upset.
  • :I was unsettled by the sudden outburst, and since I didn't know what to do I just stood there, confused.
  • Not in a steady condition, uncertain, subject to change.
  • Not populated, having no settlers or other inhabitants.
  • Unpaid.
  • :We need to settle this bill; even if you think the charge is too high we can't just leave it unsettled .
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (unsettle)