Definition of Proselytises

1. Verb. (third-person singular of proselytise) ¹



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Definition of Proselytises

1. proselytise [v] - See also: proselytise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proselytises

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

Literary usage of Proselytises

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1. Asiatic Studies, Religious and Social by Alfred Comyn Lyall (1899)
"... it is not dying or dead—Brahmanism still proselytises in the sense of accepting and admitting members from the outside—Its spread among non-Aryan tribes ..."

2. Life and Labour of the People in London by Charles Booth (1902)
"... though herself a recent convert, Mrs. Despard never proselytises, and the representative of the Church of England himself says that if some do adopt her ..."

3. The Hitherto Unidentified Contributions of W. M. Thackeray to "Punch": With by William Makepeace Thackeray, Marion Harry Spielmann (1900)
"Everybody who speaks, proselytises more or less. You engage to make converts just as much as His Eminence or dear FATHER HOLDSTOCK. ..."

4. A Short History of Christianity: From the French of Salomon Reinach by Salomon Reinach (1922)
"The Russian Church has missionaries in Siberia; Buddhism sends its emissaries into the Far East, and Islam proselytises mainly among the negroes of Africa, ..."

5. The expansion of Egypt under Anglo-Egyptian condominium by Arthur Silva White (1899)
"Missionary The American Missionary Society proselytises to a certain ci* .(.use extent among Copts ; but its efforts are chiefly directed towards the ..."

6. Selected Essays on Language, Mythology and Religion by Friedrich Max Müller (1881)
"We may say that the English nobility grows, but we should never say that it proselytises,. and it would be a mere playing with words if, because Brahmanism ..."

7. The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining and (1874)
"... and rituals, which to the Saxon would be intolerable ; but he never proselytises, and, indeed, rarely speaks of the faith he holds nearest to his heart. ..."

8. The Japan Christian Year Book by Nihon Kirisutokyō Kyōgikai (1904)
"... of the " Freres de Marie :" these latter do not proselytises ex-professo ; they content themselves with . giving a virtuous education to their pupils. ..."

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