Preach [verb]

Definition of Preach:

speak publicly about beliefs

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Sentence/Example of Preach:

On most Sundays doth he preach here in the nave to all sorts of folk.

And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.

Herr Pastor has other functions than to preach to the living.

He continued to preach until he had reached his eighty-third year.

My mother, my father, will preach a very different doctrine.

The Seventh Day Baptist minister went so fur as to preach at him.

In 1854, he was licensed to preach the Gospel, by the church with which he was connected.

I have heard you preach patience and courage to your victims.

But the only violence I preach is the violence of folded arms.

A sad-looking monk had ascended the pulpit, and was beginning to preach.