hom|i|let|ics


hom|i|let|ics
hom|i|let|ics «HOM uh LEHT ihks», noun.
the art of composing and preaching sermons.

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  • hom´i|let´i|cal|ly — hom|i|let|ic «HOM uh LEHT ihk», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. of or having to do with sermons or the art of preaching. 2. like or characteristic of a homily. –n. a sermon; homily: »The Cardinal s letter is an unadorned homiletic (William F. Buckley,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • hom|i|let|ic — «HOM uh LEHT ihk», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. of or having to do with sermons or the art of preaching. 2. like or characteristic of a homily. –n. a sermon; homily: »The Cardinal s letter is an unadorned homiletic (William F. Buckley, Jr.). ╂[<… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ath|let|ics — «ath LEHT ihks», noun. 1. usually pl. in use exercises of physical strength, speed, and skill; active games and sports. Athletics include baseball and basketball. 2. usually sing. in use he practice and principles of physical training: »Athletics …   Useful english dictionary

  • ath·let·ics — /æθˈlɛtıks/ noun 1 [plural] US : sports, games, and exercises that require strength and skill : athletic activities ◇ Athletics is plural in form but is used with both plural and singular verbs. College athletics attract students from a variety… …   Useful english dictionary

  • hom — hom·age; hom·a·lop·sid; hom·ey; hom·i·nid; hom·i·noid; bon·hom·mie; hom; hom·ax·o·ni·al; hom·ax·on·ic; hom·ey·ness; hom·i·let·i·cal·ly; hom·ish·ness; …   English syllables

  • let — let·o·vic·ite; let·ta·ble; let·tered; let·ter·er; let·ter·et; let·ter·gae; let·ter·less; let·ter·man; let·tic; let·tre; let·tuce; lobe·let; lord·let; lor·i·let; lu·nu·let; mag·a·zine·let; man·tel·let·ta; mart·let; mil·let·tia; miq·ue·let;… …   English syllables

  • let — ● let adjectif invariable (anglais let, de to let, laisser) Au tennis et au tennis de table, se dit d une balle de service qui touche le sommet du filet et retombe dans les limites du court ou sur la table et dans le camp adverse. (Une balle let… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • -ics — A suffix used in forming the names of certain sciences, systems, etc., as acoustics, mathematics, dynamics, statistics, politics, athletics. [1913 Webster] Note: The names sciences ending in ics, as mathematics, mechanics, metaphysics, optics,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ics — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. ICS est un sigle qui peut signifier : Industries chimiques du Sénégal Institut Charles Sadron, un laboratoire du CNRS, associé à l’Université Louis… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ICS — is used as an abbreviation for:Technology* ICS (Jacksonville), a computer services company in Jacksonville, Florida, originally Information Computing Services * Information and Communications Support * Internet Computing Service, a utility… …   Wikipedia


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