- mis|sion|ize «MIHSH uh nyz», verb, -ized, -iz|ing.–v.i.to send missionaries or missions; establish a religious mission or missions: »
All three religions…have been actively missionizing (Alfred L. Kroeber).–v.t.to send missionaries or missions to; convert through evangelizing.
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mis|sion|al — «MIHSH uh nuhl», adjective. of or having to do with a mission … Useful english dictionary
mis|sion|a|rize — «MIHSH uh nuh ryz», intransitive verb, transitive verb, rized, riz|ing. = missionize. (Cf. ↑missionize) … Useful english dictionary
mis|sion|ar|y — «MIHSH uh NEHR ee», noun, plural ar|ies, adjective. –n. 1. a person sent on the work of a religious mission: »the missionary went to Africa to convert people to Christianity. 2. a person who works to advance some cause or idea. 3. Obsolete. an… … Useful english dictionary
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dis|il|lu|sion|ize — «DIHS ih LOO zhuh nyz», transitive verb, ized, iz|ing. = disillusion. (Cf. ↑disillusion) … Useful english dictionary
e|mul|sion|ize — «ih MUHL shuh nyz», transitive verb, ized, iz|ing. = emulsify. (Cf. ↑emulsify) … Useful english dictionary
ex|cur|sion|ize — «ehk SKUR zhuh nyz, shuh », verb, ized, iz|ing. –v.t. to make excursions through. –v.i. to make excursions or an excursion … Useful english dictionary
ad|mis|sion — «ad MIHSH uhn», noun. 1. a) the act of allowing (a person, animal, or group) to enter; entrance: »the admission of aliens into a country, the admission of Kentucky as a state into the Union. His admission into the hospital was delayed for lack of … Useful english dictionary
com|mis|sion|aire — «kuh MIHSH uh NAIR», noun. 1. Especially British and Canadian. a person entrusted with small errands or duties, such as that of doorman, messenger, or porter: »I said that I would see her at once and a few moments later the commissionaire brought … Useful english dictionary
com|mis|sion|al — «kuh MIHSH uh nuhl», adjective. having to do with a commission … Useful english dictionary