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Preach

v.

1) A religious discourse.

v. i.

1) To proclaim or publish tidings; specifically, to proclaim the gospel; to discourse publicly on a religious subject, or from a text of Scripture; to deliver a sermon.

2) To give serious advice on morals or religion; to discourse in the manner of a preacher.

v. t.

1) To proclaim by public discourse; to utter in a sermon or a formal religious harangue.

2) To inculcate in public discourse; to urge with earnestness by public teaching.

3) To deliver or pronounce; as, to preach a sermon.

4) To teach or instruct by preaching; to inform by preaching.

5) To advise or recommend earnestly.

Example Sentences for

Preach

1) Or of those even who Preach sympathy!
2) Those who Preach their virtue and righteousness to the people -LRB- -RRB- are called `` Majestic ' -LRB- mù -RRB-
3) Only sometimes, they say, he didn’t Preach what was quite orthodox.’ ‘Ah!... he was a splendid man,ssaid Mr M Coy. ‘I heard him once,sMr Kernan continued.
4) Only sometimes, they say, he didn’t Preach what was quite orthodox.’ ‘Ah!... he was a splendid man,ssaid Mr M Coy. ‘I heard him once,sMr Kernan continued.
5) An eternal flatterer of Lord Grondale, he did not even presume to Preach against a vice, if it happened to be a vice of his patron (vol.
6) He has lived the words from Mark 16:15 that also are my inspiration: Go into all the world and Preach the Gospel to every creature.
7) “Keep guiding—that is, as long as you don’t forget that your guidance is limited and there is no word above the word of God,” Shams said, and then he added, “But try not to Preach to those who have attained enlightenment.
8) She was a madam who, through an interpreter, invited me in to Preach to my whores and inspire them to be better.
9) Or of those even who Preach sympathy!
10) Somebody suggested that Rumi should not be allowed to Preach in the Great Mosque anymore.
11) November 27 -- Pope Urban II Preaches the First Crusade at the Council of Clermont ; Peter the Hermit begins to Preach throughout France
12) “Keep guiding—that is, as long as you don’t forget that your guidance is limited and there is no word above the word of God,” Shams said, and then he added, “But try not to Preach to those who have attained enlightenment.
13) November - Pope Urban II Preaches the First Crusade at the Council of Clermont ; Peter the Hermit begins to Preach throughout France
14) An eternal flatterer of Lord Grondale, he did not even presume to Preach against a vice, if it happened to be a vice of his patron (vol.
15) The mediocre alone have a prospect of continuing and propagating themselvesóthey will be the men of the future, the sole survivors; be like them! become mediocre!sis now the only morality which has still a significance, which still obtains a hearing.óBut it is difficult to Preach this morality of mediocrity! it can never avow what it is and what it desires! it has to talk of moderation and dignity and duty and brotherly loveóit will have difficulty IN CONCEALING ITS IRONY!
16) Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, raised in distinguished circles, tutored by the best scholars, and always loved, pampered, and admired—how dare he Preach on suffering?
17) He has lived the words from Mark 16:15 that also are my inspiration: Go into all the world and Preach the Gospel to every creature.
18) She was a madam who, through an interpreter, invited me in to Preach to my whores and inspire them to be better.
19) The mediocre alone have a prospect of continuing and propagating themselvesóthey will be the men of the future, the sole survivors; be like them! become mediocre!sis now the only morality which has still a significance, which still obtains a hearing.óBut it is difficult to Preach this morality of mediocrity! it can never avow what it is and what it desires! it has to talk of moderation and dignity and duty and brotherly loveóit will have difficulty IN CONCEALING ITS IRONY!
20) Somebody suggested that Rumi should not be allowed to Preach in the Great Mosque anymore.
21) On the whole, the English have preferred to Preach rather than to analyse, to attend to sins and solecisms rather than social structures.
22) On the whole, the English have preferred to Preach rather than to analyse, to attend to sins and solecisms rather than social structures.
23) It’s easy to Preach tolerance when you have a history like that!
24) Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, raised in distinguished circles, tutored by the best scholars, and always loved, pampered, and admired—how dare he Preach on suffering?
25) It’s easy to Preach tolerance when you have a history like that!