from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who catechizes; one who instructs by question and answer, particularly in the rudiments of the Christian religion. Also spelled catechiser.


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  • I'm not doing it because of the inversion of this concealed repression as expressed in the involuted feelings my childhood developed in my attitude toward the sex-life of beavers, see, couch-catechizer old boy?

    Breaking Point

  • Mrs. Dyke was the catechized instead of the catechizer, and it was an unaccustomed _role_, but she bore it like a soldier.

    The Right Knock A Story


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