- serkin, rudolf,
- sermon on the mount,
Origin of sermonette
Examples from the Web for sermonette
Perhaps, if at once followed by questions upon the sermonette, it might thus become very useful.The Parish Clerk (1907)|Peter Hampson Ditchfield
As soon as my sermonette was over quite a number of friends crowded around me and showered congratulations on me.The Nation Behind Prison Bars|George L. Herr
1814, diminutive from sermon + -ette. Poe used sermonoid (1849); sermuncle (1886) also has been tried. English writers have turned to the Italian double diminutive sermonettino (1818) to describe notably trifling efforts.