homiletic


hom·i·let·ic

adjective \ˌhä-mə-ˈle-tik\

Definition of HOMILETIC

1
:  of, relating to, or resembling a homily
2
:  of or relating to homiletics; also :  preachy

Variants of HOMILETIC

hom·i·let·ic or hom·i·let·i·cal \-ti-kəl\

Examples of HOMILETIC

  1. <tends to speak in homiletic aphorisms, which can be a little tiresome>

Origin of HOMILETIC

Late Latin homileticus, from Greek homilētikos of conversation, from homilein
First Known Use: 1644

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