Etymology
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preachment (n.)

mid-14c., prechement, "a preaching, a sermon;" earlier "an annoying or tedious speech" (c. 1300), from Old French preechement, from Medieval Latin praediciamentum "preaching, discourse, declaration," from Latin praedicare (see preach (v.)). A doublet of predicament. Related: Preachments.

updated on October 07, 2020

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Definitions of preachment from WordNet

preachment (n.)
a sermon on a moral or religious topic;
Synonyms: homily
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