exhortatory

[ ig-zawr-tuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF exhortatory
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His prayers and exhortatory teaching completely non-plussed the Chippewas.

I could take no part in it but an exhortatory one, because I was a stranger to the circumstances which should govern it.

Comminatory and exhortatory cautions not to soil, spoil, or tear books and MSS.

Nevertheless, in the exhortatory names there is a general air of cheerful assurance.

It is from the same register we obtain examples of an exhortatory name known to have existed at this time, viz.

Many of the exhortatory names related to the fallen nature of man.

Do-good is exhortatory enough, but it rather smacks of works; hence, possibly, the reason why I have only seen it once.

The duty in our text, with the duty in our hands, pressing them on still in an exhortatory way.

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