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Definition of "exhorting" []

  • Present participle of exhort. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "exhorting" in a sentence
  • "When I came back they were exhorting from the highest seats of authority to grow twenty-five per cent. less wheat or the bottom would fall out of the universe."
  • "You have done very well in exhorting them to live up to the rules of the community, for in matters of reform, when people obtain any concession, however small, by force of clamouring, they immediately imagine that they have only to continue in order to obtain everything."
  • "But if liberty was given to others to exercise themselves occasionally in exhorting the brethren, generally, or small parties of the less instructed, the reference may be to them. he that giveth -- in the exercise of private benevolence probably, rather than in the discharge of diaconal duty. with simplicity -- so the word probably means."