Definition of Sermonic

1. a. Like, or appropriate to, a sermon; grave and didactic.



Definition of Sermonic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to sermons ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sermonic

1. sermon [adj] - See also: sermon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sermonic

serkali
serkalis
serks
sermocination
sermocinations
sermon
sermoned
sermoneer
sermoneers
sermoner
sermoners
sermonet
sermonets
sermonette
sermonettes
sermonic (current term)
sermoning
sermonings
sermonise
sermonised
sermoniser
sermonises
sermonish
sermonising
sermonist
sermonists
sermonize
sermonized
sermonizer
sermonizers

Literary usage of Sermonic

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1. Year Book of the Central Conference of American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1915)
"REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON sermonic LITERATURE To the Central Conference of American Rabbis, GENTLEMEN: The Committee on sermonic Literature, ..."

2. Romance of Psalter and Hymnal: Authors and Composers by Robert Ethol Welsh, Frederick George Edwards (1889)
"sermonic HYMNS. Not a few of our veteran hymns were written to follow and sum up ... Hence they were frequently cast in a sermonic mould, declaratory, ..."

3. Annual Convention by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1915)
"REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON sermonic LITERATURE To the Central Conference of American Rabbis, GENTLEMEN: The Committee on sermonic Literature, ..."

4. Vocal and Action-language Culture and Expression by Edward Napoleon Kirby (1884)
"sermonic. —ORATORIO. — EMOTIONAL. XXXII. UNIVERSALITY OF CONSCIENCE. —CHALMERS. THIS theology of conscience has been greatly obscured, but never, ..."

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