Enhort En*hort", v. t. [OF. enhorter, enorter, L. inhortari. Cf. {Exhort}.] To encourage. [Obs.] ``To enhort the people.'' --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

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  • Hortative — The hortative (abbreviated hort, pronounced /ˈhɔrtətɪv/ ( listen)) is a group of semantically similar deontic moods in some languages, especially English. Hortative moods encourage or urge. There are seven hortative moods in English: the… …   Wikipedia

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