Exhortation [noun]

Definition of Exhortation:

warning, urging

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Sentence/Example of Exhortation:

The worker, who audits machinery at the warehouse to make sure it functions properly, says Amazon sends her multiple text messages a day, with exhortations to work with management.

When he posted a one-word message, “Inside,” he received exhortations and directions describing tunnels, doors and hallways, the FBI said.

Late Monday night, Bowser signed an order to give that exhortation not to visit more teeth.

The only forces appealed to were the fear of punishment and a modicum of religious exhortation.

In the mean time, his companions at the stake urged every promise and exhortation to support him.

His exhortation had a powerful effect, for priests refused to confess men who joined the rebels.

That a special exhortation should be given to those of tenderer years had been deliberately resolved upon.

After that what was called spiritual teaching was adopted, but that soon degenerated into mere exhortation.

Divines published their volumes of controversy or pious exhortation, made up of epistles to imaginary friends.

But Jack needed no exhortation, for he was well practised and better inclined.