to preach the gospel to.
to convert to Christianity.
to preach the gospel; act as an evangelist.
- Also especially British, e·van·ge·lise .
- e·van·ge·li·za·tion, noun
- e·van·ge·liz·er, noun
- un·e·van·ge·lized, adjective
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How to use evangelize in a sentence
That person was also key to helping measure and evangelize the great results achieved by the technology, given all the time saved.Adopting a CDP is just the beginning: How Fingerhut’s parent planned a successful onboarding process | Sponsored Content: Tealium | November 13, 2020 | Search Engine Land
As a popular philosopher and self-help evangelizer, he is in the assertion business—the loftier the better.What is the News? Whatever Alain de Botton Thinks It Is | Robert Herritt | February 20, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
McCain gave a speech every speechwriter and humorist evangelizer like me daydreams about.
Was its vitality as an evangelizer exhausted in converting Lincoln?Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian? | John B. Remsburg
British Dictionary definitions for evangelize
to preach the Christian gospel or a particular interpretation of it (to)
(intr) to advocate a cause with the object of making converts
- evangelization or evangelisation, noun
- evangelizer or evangeliser, noun
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