from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Agent noun of proselytize; one who proselytizes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who proselytes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who makes or endeavors to make proselytes. Also spelled proselytiser.
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Since when is NOT being a born-again proselytizer a "minority belief"?
This has largely shielded Christian-affiliated groups from being targeted over religion, but both the Taliban and politicians have tried recently to pin the "proselytizer" label on such foreigners.
As a journalist and student, and proselytizer, of this knowledge, I was deeply honored that Paul Slovic found How Risky Is It, Really?
To explore the intricacies, filmmaker Gaylor interviews key figures in the ongoing debate including Lessig; Cory Doctorow, technology activist and co-editor of the popular blog Boing Boing; world-renowned musician, web proselytizer and former Brazilian Minister of Culture, Gilberto Gil; U.S.
He has also become the world's most active and energetic proselytizer on behalf of classical music.
As both a social media proselytizer and an enthusiastic contributor to traditional print publications, I think Panero is exaggerating the downside and missing the upside of the new media's effect on art discourse.
This is the number one reason I have become a zealous proselytizer for Google Scholar.
In Dr. Markel's telling, Freud's story is more disturbing—he becomes not only an addict but a proselytizer, using his position to promote cocaine as a means to improve everything from mood to intellectual function.
After a talk with Coughlin the week before the Jets game, Tuck has been a proselytizer for the power of the mind over the body.
After all, he now seems to be a keen proselytizer for international law, at least when it suits his ideological goals.