See catechization.

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  • catechizer — (Amer.) n. person who catechises (also catechiser) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • catechizer — noun see catechize …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • catechizer — cat·e·chiz·er …   English syllables

  • catechizer — zə(r) noun ( s) : one that catechizes : catechist …   Useful english dictionary

  • catechizers — catechizer (Amer.) n. person who catechises (also catechiser) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • catechize — transitive verb ( chized; chizing) Etymology: Late Latin catechizare, from Greek katēchein to teach, literally, to din into, from kata cata + ēchein to resound, from ēchē sound more at echo Date: 15th century 1. to instruct systematically …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • catechize — catechizable, adj. catechization, n. catechizer, n. /kat i kuyz /, v.t., catechized, catechizing. 1. to instruct orally by means of questions and answers, esp. in Christian doctrine. 2. to question with reference to belief. 3. to question closely …   Universalium

  • propagandist — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. disseminator, advocate, devotee, pamphleteer, advocator, indoctrinator, proselytizer, evangelist, missionary, catechizer, teacher, salesman, zealot …   English dictionary for students

  • catechiser — (Brit.) n. person who catechises (also catechizer) …   English contemporary dictionary

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