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altar boy one who assists the clergy in religious services; acolyte.
anticlerical opposed to the influence of the clergy or church in public affairs, esp. politics.
benefit of clergy a rite performed by a member of the clergy signifying the blessing of the church, such as a liturgical wedding or a prayer over a dying person. [2 definitions]
breviary in the Roman Catholic Church, a book containing the hymns and prayers necessary for the daily devotions of the clergy.
canonicals clothes prescribed by church law for clergy who are conducting services.
chancel the area near a church's altar where the clergy and choir are seated.
chaplain a member of the clergy attached to a school, military unit, hospital, or other institution.
churchman a male member of the clergy; priest. [1/2 definitions]
churchwoman a female member of the clergy. [1/2 definitions]
clergyman a male member of the clergy.
cleric a minister, priest, rabbi, or other ordained person; member of the clergy. [2 definitions]
clerical of or related to the clergy. [2/5 definitions]
clerical collar a stiff narrow white collar, fastened at the back of the neck, worn by certain members of the clergy.
cloth the profession of the clergy (prec. by the). [1/3 definitions]
counseling help or guidance from a mental health professional or member of the clergy that is aimed at solving emotional problems or at resolving or preventing conflicts between people in a close relationship.
ecclesiast a person in the clergy; an ecclesiastic.
ecclesiastic a person in the clergy or in a religious order. [2 definitions]
ecclesiastical of or related to the church and clergy.
ephod a richly embroidered vestment worn by the Jewish clergy in ancient times.
gown any long, loose-fitting piece of clothing, such as a nightgown or the ceremonial robe worn by college faculty members or members of the clergy. [1/4 definitions]
House of Lords the upper, nonelective legislative house of the British parliament, made up of the nobility and high-ranking clergy.