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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sermon.

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Examples

  • Accusing India of portraying Pakistan as the source of terrorism, Bashir said Pakistan does not like to be "sermoned" on terrorism and that they knew how to deal with it.

    Analysis

  • This severe winter weather does not mean AGW is not a reality he sermoned, as I tried to see whether the little badge on his coat really was a hammer and sickle.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • Of course oppo candidates that say stupid things will be duly sermoned, even if I risk having to support him or her later, even Cecilia though that one I am not sure I can.

    Teodoro Petkoff against Sumate

  • Of course oppo candidates that say stupid things will be duly sermoned, even if I risk having to support him or her later, even Cecilia though that one I am not sure I can.

    07/02/2006 - 07/09/2006

  • To some, I know, this methode will seeme displeasaunt, which had rather have good discipline delivered plainly in way of precepts, or sermoned at large, as they use, then thus clowdily enwrapped in allegoricall devises.

    Prefaces and Prologues to Famous Books with Introductions, Notes and Illustrations

  • The next morning the king sermoned all the people of the town to the street where the rock stood.

    United We Blog! for a Democratic Nepal

  • a qualm, as he thinks how generously he had interpreted his promise of cuts: "To some I know this method will seem displeasant, which had rather have good discipline delivered plainly in way of precepts or sermoned at large, [299] as they use, than thus cloudily enwrapped in allegorical devices."

    Among My Books Second Series

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