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synonyms for clergywoman

  • chaplain
  • churchwoman
  • cleric
  • clerical
  • divine
  • ecclesiastic
  • minister
  • parson
  • priest
  • reverend
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How to use clergywoman in a sentence

She seemed to have been at the inn with the clergywoman, and was telling the tinker-mother the result.
BROTHERS OF PITY AND OTHER TALES OF BEASTS AND MENJULIANA HORATIA GATTY EWING
I does not, so far, my daughter; though I think the young clergywoman speaks very convincingly about it.
BROTHERS OF PITY AND OTHER TALES OF BEASTS AND MENJULIANA HORATIA GATTY EWING
He resisted but little, for his parish needed a clergywoman sadly.
THE INCOMPLETE AMORISTE. NESBIT
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CLERGYWOMAN

  • chaplain
  • churchman
  • churchwoman
  • clergyman
  • clergywoman
  • clerical
  • divine
  • ecclesiastic
  • father
  • minister
  • parson
  • priest
  • rabbi
  • reverend
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.