Difference between revisions of "Preaching to the choir"

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'''Preaching to the [[choir]]''' is a well-known phrase which means a person or group is speaking to an audience in order to convince or re-enforce something that they [[believe]] already. It also implies that a speaker is addressing the wrong audience or is deliberately addressing a compliant, non-challenging audience.
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'''Preaching to the [[choir]]''' is a well-known phrase which means a person or group is speaking to an audience in order to convince or re-enforce something that they [[believe]] already. It also implies that a speaker is addressing the wrong audience or is deliberately addressing a compliant, non-challenging [[audience]].
  
 
[[Category: Idioms]]
 
[[Category: Idioms]]

Revision as of 17:35, 24 January 2015

Preaching to the choir is a well-known phrase which means a person or group is speaking to an audience in order to convince or re-enforce something that they believe already. It also implies that a speaker is addressing the wrong audience or is deliberately addressing a compliant, non-challenging audience.