Definition of exhorter in English:



  • See exhort

    • ‘During the 18th century, John Wesley became a a fervent exhorter of work.’
    • ‘In addition to ministers, many Baptist churches had ruling elders, assistants, exhorters, deacons, deaconesses, elderesses, and evangelists.’
    • ‘But his excursions into theology are not impressive - he was an exhorter, not a systematizer.’
    • ‘Nor is there any intention to suggest that the teacher should become a preacher or exhorter, even for so good an end as the general welfare.’
    • ‘In Delaware, Allen also encountered exhorters of the Methodist Society, then still affiliated with the Church of England.’