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exhort
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Anna Karenina
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  • A young deacon, whose long back showed in two distinct halves through his thin undercassock, met him, and at once going to a little table at the wall read the exhortation.
  • "Here, if you please," he said, moving on one side with his nimble gait and pointing to his picture, "it’s the exhortation to Pilate.

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  • I have exhorted and encouraged her, but it has to be her decision.
  • The organization exhorts people to be environmentally conscious.

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