Christianise


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Related to Christianise: Christianize

Christianise


Past participle: Christianised
Gerund: Christianising

Imperative
Christianise
Christianise
Present
I Christianise
you Christianise
he/she/it Christianises
we Christianise
you Christianise
they Christianise
Preterite
I Christianised
you Christianised
he/she/it Christianised
we Christianised
you Christianised
they Christianised
Present Continuous
I am Christianising
you are Christianising
he/she/it is Christianising
we are Christianising
you are Christianising
they are Christianising
Present Perfect
I have Christianised
you have Christianised
he/she/it has Christianised
we have Christianised
you have Christianised
they have Christianised
Past Continuous
I was Christianising
you were Christianising
he/she/it was Christianising
we were Christianising
you were Christianising
they were Christianising
Past Perfect
I had Christianised
you had Christianised
he/she/it had Christianised
we had Christianised
you had Christianised
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Future
I will Christianise
you will Christianise
he/she/it will Christianise
we will Christianise
you will Christianise
they will Christianise
Future Perfect
I will have Christianised
you will have Christianised
he/she/it will have Christianised
we will have Christianised
you will have Christianised
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Future Continuous
I will be Christianising
you will be Christianising
he/she/it will be Christianising
we will be Christianising
you will be Christianising
they will be Christianising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been Christianising
you have been Christianising
he/she/it has been Christianising
we have been Christianising
you have been Christianising
they have been Christianising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been Christianising
you will have been Christianising
he/she/it will have been Christianising
we will have been Christianising
you will have been Christianising
they will have been Christianising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been Christianising
you had been Christianising
he/she/it had been Christianising
we had been Christianising
you had been Christianising
they had been Christianising
Conditional
I would Christianise
you would Christianise
he/she/it would Christianise
we would Christianise
you would Christianise
they would Christianise
Past Conditional
I would have Christianised
you would have Christianised
he/she/it would have Christianised
we would have Christianised
you would have Christianised
they would have Christianised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.Christianise - convert to Christianity; "missionaries have tried to Christianize native people all over the world"
convert - cause to adopt a new or different faith; "The missionaries converted the Indian population"
References in classic literature ?
When Augustine was sent by Pope Gregory to Christianise England, in the time of the Romans, he was received and protected by Ethelbert, King of Kent, whose wife, daughter of Charibert, King of Paris, was a Christian, and did much for Augustine.
For years the Vatican preached that there would be no peace until the Cross of Christ replaced the Hammer and Sickle, while missionaries of all denominations attempted to christianise mighty ``pagan'' China.
SIR - Modern travelling and media developments have shrunk the world so much as to make faraway places almost neighbours, deemed, not too long ago, too far or too inconsequential there to pacify and christianise and for armies and civil servants to colonise.