'Preaching to the Choir' | Definition, Origin, & Examples
Phrase of the Day

< All Phrases

All Phrases |
Preaching to the Choir Phrase

Preaching to the Choir


The phrase ‘Preaching to the Coir’ means to commend an opinion to those who already accept it. It can be used to describe a situation where someone tries to convince you of something you already believe in.

Example of use: “You don’t need to tell me this project is important; you’re preaching to the choir.”