Definition of proselytizer in English:

proselytizer

noun

  • See proselytize

    • ‘Will annoying street corner speakers, preachers, and proselytizers next be relegated to chat rooms alone?’
    • ‘The proselytizers could point to the Canadian Charter of Rights as the secular scripture that protects any religious expression that doesn't threaten freedom and democracy.’
    • ‘The problem for these proselytizers of privatization, however, is that the more people learn about the plan, the more they oppose it.’
    • ‘Like a religion bent on enlarging its congregation, it has a huge phalanx of proselytizers - who call themselves not missionaries but educators.’
    • ‘At its worst, it is an active proselytizer for aiming national and international health resources at things irrelevant to actually fighting disease.’

Pronunciation

proselytizer

/ˈprɒsɪlɪtʌɪzə/