confessor[ kuh n-fes-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF confessor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFESSOR
A confessor was sent for, and he bequeathed his kingdom to his son Henry.
But for myself and the king's confessor, Philip would consent to thy ruin.
Meanwhile, the confessor had gained the palace of the Duke d' Uzeda.
In doing this she felt a peculiar inclination for her confessor.
In his view, God and the church are a sort of concrete centred in the confessor.
About midnight he called to his wife, and told her to send quickly for his confessor.
I suppose a poor girl may receive her confessor in her chamber.
If such is the case, your confessor gives you permission to be seated.
“Pardon; but it is your words I have most interest in,” reminded her confessor.
My confessor, who had been dissatisfied with me before, came to see me.