missionize

verb
mis·​sion·​ize | \ ˈmi-shə-ˌnīz \
missionized; missionizing

Definition of missionize

intransitive verb

: to carry on missionary work

transitive verb

: to do missionary work among

Other Words from missionize

missionization \ ˌmi-​shə-​nə-​ˈzā-​shən \ noun
missionizer \ ˈmi-​shə-​ˌnī-​zər \ noun

First Known Use of missionize

1826, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense

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