ecclesiastic[ ih-klee-zee-as-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF ecclesiastic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ECCLESIASTIC
Is it your intention to condemn my son to be an ecclesiastic?
He is a diplomatist, an ecclesiastic, an embodiment of all that is severe and archaic in authority.
That painted window's said to be the oldest of any, not ecclesiastic, in Europe.
My reputation then was blasted by the industry of this ecclesiastic.
By the side of this ecclesiastic, his Wolsley is, so to speak, nowhere.
Footnote 345: This ecclesiastic was much in the royal confidence.
Barclay seems to have been first an Englishman, then an ecclesiastic.
Far off, in the almost empty nave, an ecclesiastic was preaching.
Among them was a younger brother of La Salle, with an ecclesiastic called M. Cavalier, and also a nephew.
The dress of the ecclesiastic was much more imposing than that of the boatmen.