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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sermonize.

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Examples

  • “You find your meaning in community,” Warren declares as he sermonizes on small groups.

    American Grace

  • “The Anglican tradition,” Morris-Kliment sermonizes, “teaches the idea that all of life is deeply sacramental.”

    American Grace

  • Wright Jr., who sermonizes about how the CIA did this and or did that invent aids, introduce crack to kill African Americans, etc.

    VDARE.com: Blog Articles » Print » The Obama Family And The CIA

  • Between fist-pumping sing-alongs, Osteen sermonizes from his podium (not pulpit, mind you).

    GOOD Magazine: Joel Osteen: God, Without The Fuss

  • She came back from a dry spell in the 1980s with the single "No Pain, No Gain," in which she sermonizes about love and bounces her voice into the upper register.

    Underground R&B

  • We live in a society where someone like Jerry Falwell (speaking yesterday on behalf of Republicans), with influence over millions, sermonizes about the sanctity of life and with hardly a pause, continues by adding that he agrees with George Bush about the war.

    Bush Shock

  • This post condemns the "bad taste and complete lack of decorum demonstrated by the Democrats" and sermonizes that "intellectual differences are debated with respect and reason."

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • That is why not a single person who ever sermonizes righteously about the traitors at the Times can ever identify what ought to be the first fact that is identified when accusing someone of harming national security -- namely, the disclosure of facts which (a) would enable the terrorists to avoid surveillance detection and (b) was not previously known.

    The most fact-free accusation yet - the "treason" of the New York Times

  • The preacher usually sermonizes for 20-30 minutes.

    Doing new things: Involvement | Letter Never Sent

  • His great interplanetary war opus is Starship Trooper --- where he sermonizes at length on the virtues of a society run by the military and also devotes some space to trashing affirmative action.

    Hour of the Gun

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