sermonic

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EtymologyEdit

sermon +‎ -ic

AdjectiveEdit

sermonic (comparative more sermonic, superlative most sermonic)

  1. Of or pertaining to sermons
    • 1856, John Wilson, The Genius and Character of Burns[1]:
      [] so that there were conversation — argumentative or declamatory, narrative or anecdotal, grave or gay, satirical or sermonic; nor would any of them have hoped to see the sun rise again in this world, had Burns portentously fallen asleep.

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