Preach

• (v. t.) To teach or instruct by preaching; to inform by preaching. • (v. i.) To give serious advice on morals or religion; to discourse in the manner of a preacher. • (v. t.) To advise or recommend earnestly. • (v. t.) To inculcate in public discourse; to urge with earnestness by public teaching. • (v. t.) To proclaim by ...
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Preach

Preach intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Preached ; present participle & verbal noun Preaching .] [ Middle English prechen , Old French preechier , French prêcher , from Latin praedicare to cry...
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Preach

Preach noun [ Confer French prêche , from prêcher . See Preach , v. ] A religious discourse. [ Obsolete] Hooker.
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Preach

Preach transitive verb 1. To proclaim by public discourse; to utter in a sermon or a formal religious harangue. « That Cristes gospel truly wolde preche Chaucer. « The Lord hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek.» Isa. lxi. ...
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preach

preach 1. To deliver a sermon or religious speech to an assembled group of people, typically in a church: 'The pastor preached to a large congregation.' 2. To proclaim or to teach; such as, a religious message or belief. 3. To earnestly advocate a belief or course of action: 'My parents have always preached toleration and moderation in all things...
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preach

[v] - deliver a sermon 2. [v] - speak, plead, or argue in favour of
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