Origin of exhort
OTHER WORDS FROM exhortex·hort·er, nounex·hort·ing·ly, adverbun·ex·hort·ed, adjective
How to use exhort in a sentence
For nearly all that time he has been a ruling elder in the church, and for ten years past a licensed exhorter.Mary and I|Stephen Return Riggs
Grace stood silently beside one of the elders; a woman exhorter stood before her.Other Main-Travelled Roads|Hamlin Garland
At the age of seventeen he was made a Methodist exhorter, or local preacher.The Life of John Taylor|B. H. Roberts
Even then, Uncle Simon was an old man, and for many years in the elder Marston's time had been the plantation exhorter.
This is what you wanted your Sundays off for, to go sparking around—you an exhorter, too.