exhortation

[ eg-zawr-tey-shuh n, ek-sawr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF exhortation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXHORTATION

His exhortation appealed to me as a command from my leader—­a call to duty.

But we know that she will of her own accord take care of them, and does not need any exhortation of ours.'

"Grant me a moment ere I go, Hortensia," he said 'between command and exhortation.

His remarks were an exhortation to duty, an appeal to patriotism.

And with this exhortation and warning Washington concluded his preparations.

At home and abroad he exhausted himself in invective, in exhortation.

He added a few words of exhortation, and the meeting adjourned.

She closed her eyes to the exhortation scribbled on the envelope.

It isn't my fault that I am led at moments into exhortation.

The main point of the exhortation is this previous preparation.

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