clergymannoun [ C ]uk /ˈklɜː.dʒi.mən/ us /ˈklɝː.dʒi.mən/ plural -men uk /-mən/ us
Examples from literature
- He was destined to be a clergyman.
- She wasn't used to beautiful long words like that, except on Sundays when the clergyman read the prayers in church, and she wasn't used to politeness.
- The average clergyman cannot hope to amass wealth.
- The clergyman in the pulpit turned and looked through a window behind him, while all the congregation rose.