Definition of Proselytised

1. Verb. (past of proselytise) ¹



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Definition of Proselytised

1. proselytise [v] - See also: proselytise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proselytised

prosecutorships
prosecutrix
prosecutrixes
prosed
prosegment
proselike
proselyte
proselyted
proselyter
proselytes
proselytic
proselyting
proselytisation
proselytisations
proselytise
proselytised (current term)
proselytiser
proselytisers
proselytises
proselytising
proselytism
proselytisms
proselytization
proselytizations
proselytize
proselytized
proselytizer
proselytizers
proselytizes
proselytizing

Literary usage of Proselytised

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1. The Quarterly Journal of Education (1832)
"or could not pay to be proselytised. The Protestants did not require to be proselytised. Education was nothing without ..."

2. A Talmudic Miscellany ...: Or, A Thousand and One Extracts from the Talmud by Paul Isaac Hershon (1880)
"will in tbe future bring all the proselytes that were proselytised in this world, and judge all the nations of the world in their presence. ..."

3. Tseʾenah U-reʾenah =: Tzeénah Ureénah : "Go Ye and See" : a Rabbinical by Yaakov ben Yitzchak Ashkenazi, Paul Isaac Hershon (1885)
"... had gotten in Haran has also this important meaning : Abraham proselytised men, and Sarah proselytised women, and Scripture counts it to them as if they ..."

4. England in the Age of Wycliffe by George Macaulay Trevelyan (1920)
"... was the assiduity with which the friars proselytised among the secular students. Many undergraduates came up to Oxford at twelve or fourteen, ..."

5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1890)
"And not only is marriage annulled, but a proselytised hus- band is freed from all obligation to support his Jewish wife and children, and may either finally ..."

6. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1881)
"The Armenians have not been proselytised by us; and in the absence of their own clergy they are glad to be admitted to our office. It was my privilege, ..."

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