edify edify  /ˈɛ də ˌfaɪ/

Definition(s):

  • (v) make understand

Usage(s):

  • Most teacher's want to edify their students not thrust anything down their throats.

News

  • Smartfolks Releases Edify™ For Hospitality

    Smartfolks, LLC, a leader in sustainable learning platforms, announces the release of its cloud-based training platform for the hospitality industry, Edify
    on November 18, 2013     Source: E-Hospitality.com

Quotes

  1. "At the event in 2004, nothing happened to cause either (then Labor MP) Louise (Pratt), nor I, any kind of offence," Ms Radisich said as she arrived at parliament house. "And, as I said, I don't intend to further edify the spectacle. It's...
    on May 5, 2008 By: Jaye Radisich Source: The Australian

  2. "These are films that are holding up a mirror to contemporary culture," Weisz said. "I don't think films should edify. First and foremost, they're to thrill and entertain. But if they can also make you think, then great."
    on Jan 31, 2006 By: Rachel Weisz Source: Los Angeles Times

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