|clergyman||man of the cloth|
|act as pastor, minister, priest, clergyman, parson; spiritual leader, spiritual guide, shepherd, spiritual adviser||pastor|
|Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), 7th president of the U.S.; Jesse Jackson (born 1941), American clergyman and political activist; Thomas "Stonewall Jackson" (1824-63), Confederate general; capital city of Mississippi (USA)||Jackson|
|arable land, British church land, section of land assigned to a clergyman (British); land (Archaic)||glebe|
|armed forces chaplain, clergyman, somebody sanctimonious||Holy Joe|
|body of religious writings, canon regular, church law; accepted principle, criterion; list of Christian saints; books of the Bible recognized by the Christian church; clergyman, religious cleric, general rule||canon|
|church member, clergyman, clergyman; member of the church||churchman|
|clergy, platform in church, raised platform or stage (esp. one intended for a church clergyman)||pulpit|
|clergyman attached to an institution (military, court, etc.), guide in religion||chaplain|
|clergyman, minister; one who performs religious rites, descendant of family of Aaron, minister of non-Christian religion, ordain somebody, ordained person||priest|
|clergyman, priest, minister, cleric, Episcopal minister||parson|
|clergyman, saint||man of God|
|family name; Bernard Connor (1666-1698), Irish born English physician; Ralph (Charles William Gordon) Connor (1860-1937), Canadian novelist and clergyman||Connor|
|guide, one who tends and herds sheep; spiritual leader, clergyman, somebody providing guidance, somebody tending sheep, take care of others, tend and herd sheep; lead, direct, tend sheep||shepherd|
|layperson, person who is not a clergyman, secular, not of the church; pertaining to the laity||laic|
|lecture given by a clergyman for the purpose of religious instruction; extended lecture on behavior or morals; any long speech or lecture, long lecture on behavior, religious talk||sermon|
|member of the clergy, priest, minister, Christian clergyman||ecclesiastic|
|position of a curate (clergyman), position of curate||curacy|
|Ralph David Abernathy (1926-1990), American clergyman and civil rights activist who founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference||Abernathy|
|title for Christian clergyman||Father|
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