Definition of preachment in English:

preachment

noun

mass noun
  • Dogmatic instruction and exhortation.

    ‘successful leadership is a process of persuasion rather than preachment’
    • ‘The whole preachment of Paul is founded on the conviction that love, not power, is the real basis of human relationships, because it's the real basis of our relationship with God.’
    • ‘The preachments of the archaeological community notwithstanding, the retentionist program they advocate is a prescription for future catastrophes.’
    • ‘It enlightens without preachment, and lets the dramatic or ironic prose merge seamlessly with the musical numbers.’
    • ‘And it was from this popular pulpit that he delivered his 23-year preachment to a faithful congregation of devout and devoted readers.’
    • ‘In spite of its amateurish direction and hypocritical preachment, it broke even.’

Origin

Middle English: from Old French prechement, from late Latin praedicamentum.

Pronunciation

preachment

/ˈpriːtʃm(ə)nt/