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homily (s) (noun), homilies (pl)
1. A sermon or other piece of writing on a moral or religious topic: A preacher's homily is especially intended to edify a congregation on a practical matter and not intended to be a theological discourse.
2. A tedious moralizing lecture or admonition: Mrs. Smart gave her class a homily and reprimanded them at the beginning of the lesson since a few of them certainly were behaving badly towards others because of mobbing and stealing.
3. A platitude or saying that stimulates the mind in regards to intuition and insight: One homily, or obvious remark, is "patience is a virtue" which has been stated uncountable times, and has become quite common and banal.
A solemn moralizing talk or writing.
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