proselytise
British variant of proselytize

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  • proselytise — chiefly British spelling of PROSELYTIZE (Cf. proselytize) (q.v.). For suffix, see IZE (Cf. ize). Related: Proselytised; proselytising …   Etymology dictionary

  • proselytise — (Brit.) v. convert someone to another religion or opinion; convert to another religion or faith; enlist someone to one s cause (also proselytize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • proselytise — [c]/ˈprɒsələtaɪz/ (say prosuhluhtuyz) verb (proselytised, proselytising) –verb (t) 1. to make a proselyte of; convert. –verb (i) 2. to make proselytes. Also, proselytize …   Australian English dictionary

  • proselytise — verb convert to another faith or religion • Syn: ↑proselytize • Derivationally related forms: ↑proselyte (for: ↑proselytize) • Hypernyms: ↑convert …   Useful english dictionary

  • proselytises — proselytise (Brit.) v. convert someone to another religion or opinion; convert to another religion or faith; enlist someone to one s cause (also proselytize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • proselytising — proselytise (Brit.) v. convert someone to another religion or opinion; convert to another religion or faith; enlist someone to one s cause (also proselytize) …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • proselytize — [[t]prɒ̱sɪlɪtaɪz[/t]] proselytizes, proselytizing, proselytized VERB If you proselytize, you try to persuade someone to share your beliefs, especially religious or political beliefs. [FORMAL] I assured him we didn t come here to proselytize... [V …   English dictionary

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