Sermon



noun
1.
a discourse for the purpose of religious instruction or exhortation, especially one based on a text of Scripture and delivered by a member of the clergy as part of a religious service.
2.
any serious speech, discourse, or exhortation, especially on a moral issue.
3.
a long, tedious speech.
noun
1.

an address of religious instruction or exhortation, often based on a passage from the Bible, esp one delivered during a church service
a written version of such an address

2.
a serious speech, esp one administering reproof

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    adjective 1. of, relating to, or resembling a sermon.



  • Sermonise

    verb (used without object), sermonized, sermonizing. 1. to deliver or compose a sermon; preach. verb (used with object), sermonized, sermonizing. 2. to give exhortation to; lecture. verb 1. to talk to or address (a person or audience) as if delivering a sermon

  • Sermonize

    verb (used without object), sermonized, sermonizing. 1. to deliver or compose a sermon; preach. verb (used with object), sermonized, sermonizing. 2. to give exhortation to; lecture. verb 1. to talk to or address (a person or audience) as if delivering a sermon



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