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noun as in person who gives religious instruction

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In addition to singing, the late figure toured the world as a preacher.

The singer and preacher shot to viral fame in 2017, after a clip of her singing to her family on Thanksgiving began to make rounds on social media.

My first son, whose birth had brought me such joy that I jumped up in the hall outside the room where he was born and touched the ceiling — the child, the scholar, the preacher, the boy singing and smiling, the son — all of it was gone.

He has since, though, been subject to a series of attacks about past comments he made as a preacher and a domestic dispute with his ex-wife.

I loved the work, but toiling alongside a street preacher was tough.

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According to a Yemeni intelligence source, Saïd met with the notorious U.S. preacher Anwar al Awlaki.

Scott, who died Sunday at 49, could go from evoking a Baptist preacher to quoting Public Enemy.

The best answer Sutton offers is a statement by the preacher John Roach Stratton back in 1918.

The preacher gave sheriff deputies permission to search his SUV but warned them “there was something bad” inside.

In keeping with the facade, Williams showed himself to be dedicated preacher who “knows his scripture.”

If dat preacher goes to run a bar agin me,” he says, “py golly, I makes no more moneys!

Louis Bourdaloue died; esteemed the best preacher that France ever produced.

Joseph Towers died; a printer, bookseller, and afterwards a preacher with the title of LL.

Joseph Blanco White, an English preacher and controversial writer, died, aged 67.

"Come in," shouted the old preacher, not even looking around, for he still seemed to doubt his sense of hearing.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to preacher, such as: clergy, cleric, evangelist, missionary, divine, and ecclesiastic.

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