clergyman[ klur-jee-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF clergyman
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLERGYMAN
This feeling was intensified by the belief that Swift, as a clergyman, was insincere.
The clergyman was coming along the path with Schwitter at his heels.
Her name was Dorothea Taust; her father, like most of his ancestors, was a clergyman.
This gentleman was a clergyman, who had no regular parish, but who preached in a chapel of his own.
The clergyman looked round; one of the children was trembling.
Consider, the register itself is destroyed—the clergyman dead.
He was not yet quite certain that Adams had any more of the clergyman in him than his cassock.
The personage never opened his book, and never looked at the clergyman.
The mechanic who works at the bench may possess it, as well as the clergyman or the peer.
He was a regular communicant; he helped our clergyman splendidly.