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Definition of "catechising" [catechising]

  • Present participle of catechise. (verb)

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Use "catechising" in a sentence
  • "According to that rule, you shall never omit a sermon in public, to hear a private confession; you shall not set aside the catechising, which is appointed every day, at a certain hour, to visit any particular person, or for any good work of the like nature."
  • "She well knew how determined I could be in the matter of "catechising," and that I will stand no"
  • "This kind of catechising was at first very annoying to us, but we have now become accustomed to it, and have hit upon an expedient to avoid it in a measure."