cleric

[ kler-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF cleric

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLERIC

He spoke proudly, defiantly, looking the cleric full in the face.

It matters not to us whom Cleric follows, so long as we may follow Cleric!

Sarka dimmed the light of Cleric, who instantly made answer.

"Go on with your story," said M'Iver, sharply, to the cleric.

"I am obliged to you for that, kinsman," said his lordship in Gaelic, with a by-your-leave to the cleric.

A cleric who married flinched from the standard of his calling, in the view of the church.

Cleric said he thought Virgil, when he was dying at Brindisi, must have remembered that passage.

Cleric wrote my grandfather that he would like to take me East with him.

Cleric had ordered it for me when he was sending for books from abroad.

It was a reputable sort of a book this, and fathered by a respected Oxford cleric.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CLERIC

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nounclergyperson
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