Definition of Preachified
1. preachify [v] - See also: preachify
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Literary usage of Preachified
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1. Memoirs of Modern Philosophers by Elizabeth Hamilton (1804)
"I don't know who flie is,' replied the girl, ' but from the manner in which flie preachified, ..."
2. We; a Confession of Faith for the American People During and After the War by Gerald Stanley Lee (1916)
"... is that people think the movement as he -has conducted it is too preachified. If Mr. Carnegie could spend his $2000000 in saying very loudly to a world, ..."
3. We; a Confession of Faith for the American People During and After the War by Gerald Stanley Lee (1916)
"Our national self-defense is to be made up of an actual every-day contagious reproductive peace which flows over from us into other nations. A preachified ..."