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clergyperson

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  1. a person specially trained and authorized to conduct religious services in a Christian church a clergyperson of your choice would be the best one to advise on this spiritual matter Synonyms of clergyperson cleric, clerical, clerk, deacon, divine, dominie, ecclesiastic, minister, preacher, priest, reverend Words Related to clergyperson churchman, clergyman, father, Holy Joe [slang], padre; clergywoman, deaconess, priestess; abbot, archbishop, archpriest, bishop, dean, diocesan, monsignor, pope, prelate, presbyter; abbé, curate, curé, parson, pastor, rector, shepherd, vicar; chaplain, confessor, sky pilot; evangelist, missionary, missioner, missionizer, revivalist; friar, mendicant, monastic, monk, oblate, religious; high priest, high priestess Near Antonyms of clergyperson lay reader, lector Antonyms of clergyperson layman, layperson, secular


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