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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sermonise.

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Examples

  • From the lentisk bushes and the cypress of the north to the shingle sands of Skala in the south, from the underground lakes of Sami in the east to the vertiginous slopes of Petani in the west, Arsenios trudged and sermonised.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • So I attended morning and evening service, hollering hosannas and nodding stern approval while her drone of a husband sermonised about temptation and the snares that Satan spreads (about which he didn't know the first dam 'thing), and gallantly helping her to gather up the hymn-books afterwards.

    Flashman And The Dragon

  • So I attended morning and evening service, hollering hosannas and nodding stern approval while her drone of a husband sermonised about temptation and the snares that Satan spreads (about which he didn't know the first dam 'thing), and gallantly helping her to gather up the hymn-books afterwards.

    Flashman and the Dragon

  • So I attended morning and evening service, hollering hosannas and nodding stern approval while her drone of a husband sermonised about temptation and the snares that Satan spreads (about which he didn't know the first dam 'thing), and gallantly helping her to gather up the hymn-books afterwards.

    Flashman and the Dragon

  • “I am under obligations to you, I know it, a d—d deal too well too; but I won’t be always sermonised by you because you’re five years my senior.

    XIII. Sentimental and Otherwise

  • _Moult longuement_ he sermonised, says the _Grandes

    The Story of Paris

  • Of all Jeanne's sufferings this could scarcely be the least, that she was always _preschée_, lectured, addressed, sermonised through every painful step of her career.

    Jeanne D'Arc: her life and death

  • Leach-gatherer 'and' Michael ', he merely wearied us when he sermonised in' The Excursion 'and in' The Prelude '.

    The Early Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson

  • "The Earth is really to and fro like a drunkard," he sermonised, "it is ready to spew out the inhabitants that are not living right for God, and that is the judgement of God that's going to come, but those who are living righteous will be spared."

    Jamaica Star Online

  • "The Earth is really to and fro like a drunkard," he sermonised, "it is ready to spew out the inhabitants that are not living right for God, and that is the judgement of God that's going to come, but those who are living righteous will be spared."

    Jamaica Star Online

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