Etymology
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homiletic (adj.)

1640s, "of or having to do with sermons," from Late Latin homileticus, from Greek homiletikos "of conversation, affable," from homilia "conversation, discourse," in New Testament, "sermon" (see homily). Related: Homiletical.

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Definitions of homiletic

homiletic (adj.)
of the nature of a homily or sermon;
Synonyms: homiletical
homiletic (adj.)
of or relating to homiletics;
homiletic speech
Synonyms: homiletical
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