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  • n. A preacher; one who delivers sermons

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who sermonizes.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A preacher or writer of sermons: used chiefly in a depreciatory sense. Also spelled sermoniser.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone whose occupation is preaching the gospel


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sermonize +‎ -er


  • She's also been a sermonizer; a saintly bearer of gifts the cars she famously bestowed on an entire studio audience; and a builder of schools.

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  • A hatter by trade, Cleveland was also a poet, songwriter, essayist, lecturer, and sermonizer who made public and private pronouncements about religious truth and individual freedom.

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  • To claim that she was "invoking" the memory of RFK's assassination, or whatever it was the great sermonizer (clowning Keith) said, is absurd.

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  • It's kind of hard to judge a sermon (and therefore the sermonizer) by a snippet of what was probably a 30 minute exhortation, particularly if one doesn't examine the whole sermon.

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  • This is another case in which the Obama campaign engages in something that TPM, and its resident pompous sermonizer Josh Marshal would have reacted to with his highest moral outrage -- had it been perpetrated by the Clinton campaign.

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  • Yes, in the end, he became an insuferable sermonizer (and he sent me poison pen letters when I said that in People).

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  • "You have to bomb the Indian businesses, and as for the Jews, you kill them physically," as one sermonizer, calling himself Sheikh al-Faisal, so prettily puts it.

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  • And it is genuinely difficult to understand how, in those cases, the sermonizer avoids the realization of what they're doing.

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  • Yet one can literally find examples this blatant every day, where someone spews the most self-righteous, vicious condemnations towards other people for doing exactly what the sermonizer routinely does.

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  • When he accepted the position, he clearly outlined how he planned to approach his new job when he said: "I am a frustrated sermonizer, so watch out."

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