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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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evangelicale‧van‧gel‧i‧cal /ˌiːvænˈdʒelɪkəl◂/ adjective  1 RRCevangelical Christians believe that they should persuade as many people as possible to become Christians the evangelical church evangelical missionaries2 ENTHUSIASTICvery eager to persuade people to accept your ideas and beliefs He spoke with evangelical fervour.
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evangelicalKemp is very evangelical about eating healthy food.The evangelical community has expressed concerns regarding several of the clauses.As an aristocrat Hartington was not untypical in regarding them as evangelical fanatics who needed restraining.Smart assumes a prophetic as well as an evangelical mission.They were the rational, atheistic two, lost to the evangelical religion of their father.Despite its impressive growth it represents only 5 percent of the total population and is not growing as fast as evangelical sects.Then there is sectarian competition - over what is evangelical, too evangelical, not evangelical enough.In numerous races, evangelical voters were of decisive influence in deciding the outcome.
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