Clergyman (noun)

A member of the clergy, especially a man who is a priest or minister.


From old english, meaning "cleric".


  1. The clergyman gave a moving sermon.
  2. The church was led by a kind and compassionate clergyman.
  3. The clergyman was well respected by his congregation.
  4. The young man decided to become a clergyman.
  5. The parishioners were grateful for the guidance of the wise and experienced clergyman.
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