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deacon

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  1. a person specially trained and authorized to conduct religious services in a Christian church my cousin was married by his uncle, who is also a deacon in his church Synonyms of deacon cleric, clerical, clerk, clergyperson, divine, dominie, ecclesiastic, minister, preacher, priest, reverendWords Related to deacon 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 priestessNear Antonyms of deacon lay reader, lectorAntonyms of deacon layman, layperson, secular



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