verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of exhort
Examples from the Web for exhorter
This is what you wanted your Sundays off for, to go sparking around—you an exhorter, too.The Strength of Gideon and Other Stories|Paul Laurence Dunbar
And Driscoll, being for the moment an exhorter of both descriptions, drove home conviction as a sabre point.The Missourian|Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
In this church, Anderson was exhorter, trustee and class leader.
As they listened they could hear the voice of the exhorter nearly a mile away.Other Main-Travelled Roads|Hamlin Garland
No Methodist exhorter ever evoked more hearty responses, than did this address, from the Hums populace.The Women of the Arabs|Henry Harris Jessup
Word Origin for exhort
c.1400, from Old French exhorer (13c.) and directly from Latin exhortari "to exhort, encourage, stimulate" (see exhortation). Related: Exhorted; exhorting.