Definition Of sermonize

verb

compose or deliver a sermon.

At the time of the framing, by contrast, preachers were instrumental in instituting the rule of law, sermonizing in favor of obedience to legitimately enacted laws.

Example Of sermonize

  • And one of the main reasons for boardroom chicanery is that far too much of the ‘money out’ goes to governments, which may pay lip service to reducing taxes but, like the secular sermonisers of the left, talk a much better game than they play.

  • As the show progresses, the characters piece together their common histories, all the while bickering, bellowing and sermonizing to great effect.

  • At the time of the framing, by contrast, preachers were instrumental in instituting the rule of law, sermonizing in favor of obedience to legitimately enacted laws.

  • ‘Today, our party readies itself to mount the wave of the future,’ he sermonized .

  • But after years of warning worshipers to avoid the seduction of material success, pastors are now sermonizing on the predicaments of sudden economic misfortune.


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