'Preaching to the Choir' | Definition, Origin, & Examples
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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.”