Clerical synonyms

klĕr'ĭ-kəl
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Concerning clerks
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A member of the clergy
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Connected with a secretary's work.
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Of or pertaining to stenography
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Put down in a form to be read; not spoken or oral
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Arising from the process of writing
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Of or connected with administration; executive
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Giving aid; auxiliary.
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Designating or of clerical or professional workers or others employed in work not essentially manual
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(Law) Of, relating to, or being a mandatory act or duty admitting of no personal discretion or judgment in its performance.
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Characterized by belief in the divine authority of the priesthood
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Of or relating to priests; order of the priests; high religious position
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Of pastoral literature or a pastoral
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Of the pope; papal
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Of or characteristic of a monastery
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Of or like monks or monastic life; specif., reclusive, self-denying, etc.
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Of or for the rabbinate
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Belonging to a church
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Relating to the clergy or one of its members
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Alternative form of prelatical.
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Of, relating to, or issued by a pope:
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Of or relating to a bishop.
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Of or appearing in the biblical canon.
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Having to do with or celebrated by a bishop or other high-ranking prelate
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Set apart by solemn religious ceremony; especially, in a good sense, made holy; set apart to religious use; consecrated; not profane or common; as, a sacred place; a sacred day; sacred service.
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Regarded with veneration or specified for a religious purpose:
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Used chiefly in early writings relating to Christianity
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Of or relating to a parson; clerical.
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Concerning the clergy
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A person (originally a man) of authority in a religious organization; a cleric.
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The female equivalent of a churchman.
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A man who is a member of the clergy.
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A woman who is a member of the clergy
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(Archaic) A clergyman
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An authorized diplomatic representative of a government, usually ranking next below an ambassador.
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(Informal) Any minister or pastor, esp. a Protestant one
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One who preaches, especially one who publicly proclaims the gospel for an occupation.
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(Informal) A member of the clergy
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(Colloquial, derogatory) Like, or befitting, a parson.
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