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abbé a title of respect for any clergyman, esp. in France.
acolyte a person who assists a clergyman in religious services, esp. Roman Catholic. [1/2 definitions]
benediction a blessing, esp. the one pronounced over the congregation by the clergyman at the end of a religious service. [1/2 definitions]
bishop a clergyman who holds a high position in certain Christian churches and is often in charge of a diocese or of a number of churches. [1/2 definitions]
circuit rider a clergyman who travels to preach in different parts of an area or district.
civil marriage a marriage performed by a government official, such as a justice of the peace, rather than a clergyman.
deacon in certain Christian churches, a clergyman just below a priest in rank. [1/3 definitions]
divine a religious scholar or clergyman. [1/12 definitions]
Jonathan Swift an Irish-born English satirist and clergyman (b.1667--d.1745).
Lord Temporal a member of the British House of Lords who is not a clergyman. (Cf. Lord Spiritual.)
man of God a priest, minister, or rabbi; clergyman. [1/2 definitions]
Martin Luther King, Jr. U.S. clergyman and civil rights leader (b.1929--d.1968).
parson a clergyman, esp. in a Protestant church; minister.
preacher one who preaches, esp. a minister or clergyman.
priest a clergyman who performs religious rituals or leads a congregation in worship. [2/3 definitions]
rector a clergyman in charge of an ecclesiastical unit such as a parish, college, religious house, or other congregation.
vicar in the U.S. Episcopalian Church, a clergyman in charge of a parish chapel. [2/3 definitions]