He had assumed a very pompous, hortatory manner, and I could well believe he held a prominent position in Asbury class.
Allowing for its standpoint the book is not virulent, and is a respectable piece of hortatory divinity on its own side.
(and is moreover axiomatic rather than hortatory), I use it partly for her sake, and partly because it is undeniable.
His work has no doubt a hortatory side, as we shall see, but that side is secondary.
They might, on the other hand, only too readily clothe themselves in cant phrases and assume the hortatory tone.
Love Cheats is the hortatory title of a play to be produced by Miss Horniman's company next month.
Though, for the sake of brevity, it may at times seem to take a hortatory tone, it is a record and no more.
This discourse, again, is hortatory, and its exhortations contain very important doctrinal statements.
Hymns of the hortatory and persuasive tone are sufficiently numerous to make an “embarrassment of riches” in a compiler's hands.
Akin to these hortatory epigrams, in their tone of settled melancholy, are some of the satiric and convivial.
1580s, from Middle French hortatoire and directly from Late Latin hortatorius "encouraging, cheering," from hortatus, past participle of hortari "exhort, encourage, urge, incite, instigate," intensive of horiri "urge, incite, encourage," from PIE root *gher- "to like, want" (cf. Old English giernan "to strive, desire, yearn;" Gothic gairnei "desire;" Greek khresthai "to lack, want; use, make use of," kharis "grace, favor," khairein "to rejoice, delight in;" Sanskrit haryati "finds pleasure, likes," harsate "is aroused;" Avestan zara "effort, aim;" Russian zhariti "awake desire, charm").