exhort - Dictionary definition and meaning for word exhort

(verb) spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts
Synonyms : barrack , cheer , inspire , pep up , root on , urge , urge on
Example Sentence
  • The crowd cheered the demonstrating strikers
(verb) force or impel in an indicated direction
Synonyms : press , urge , urge on
Example Sentence
  • I urged him to finish his studies

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My friend EXHORTED us that we go for the EXORCIST movie and we EXCORIATED him for such an EXECRABLE idea.but then we EXCULPATED him.
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exert -> to do something; exhort -> to urge someone to do something
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my ex gf is vry hot(hort)...she urges men ....
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extra + hot...ll urge evry1.
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simply remember 'escort'
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exhort very close to exhaust...ex..(exhaust)+hort(resort)....when you get exhausted by staying in hotels...you encourage or urge your dad to stay in a resort...........
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exhort:ex+heart to urge by strong appels (to urge by heart)
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Exhort- EX, snORT. Many EX-crackheads have the urge or exhort to snORT crack.
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exhort sounds like exhaust; if you’re extremely exhausted, how will you exhort the crowd to cheer louder? You need lots of energy to exhort the crowd.
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exert someone to do something
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reah exhort like eh + heart your heart always urges you to do things
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Exhort = ex (cut) + short,i.e cut the shortage help it to overcome.
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