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preachment

[ preech-muhnt ]
/ ˈpritʃ mənt /
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noun
the act of preaching.
a sermon or other discourse, especially when obtrusive or tedious.
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Origin of preachment

1300–50; Middle English prechement<Old French preë(s)chement<Medieval Latin praedicāmentum speech; see predicament
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British Dictionary definitions for preachment

preachment
/ (ˈpriːtʃmənt) /

noun
the act of preaching
a tedious or pompous sermon or discourse
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