Antonyms for layman

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Was the gentleman” (he chose that word as he looked at the boys) “layman or clerk?

But he is wrong when he denies to her a right to a seat in this body as a layman.

Is she a layman in the sense of that word in the Discipline?

As an acolyte, after all, he rated just barely above a layman; he had no powers whatever.

He had a friend, a layman, who was a good man, belonged to the Army.

Of course, it is difficult for a layman to form an opinion when experts differ.

This book is written in terms that are comprehensible to the layman.

For such an affront from a layman there was no precedent in all the lore of rabbis or scribes.

The American layman had lost sight of ideals; the American priest had lost sight of faith.

They are fine for teachers, but discouraging for the layman.

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