\lˈɛsən], \lˈɛsən], \l_ˈɛ_s_ə_n]\
Definitions of LESSON
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n. [French] A reading or recitation;â€” a piece of instruction; that which has to be learned and repeated by scholars; that which is explained and enforced by teachers;â€” the particular portion, as of a text-book, prescribed or gone over at one time;â€” the portion of Scripture prescribed for the day;â€” instruction or truth gained by experience;â€” reproof; rebuke.
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