noun, plural cler·gy·men.
- clergy, benefit of,
- clerical collar
Origin of clergyman
Examples from the Web for clergyman
Yet again, the clergyman of the moment provided another proof for the brutal fanaticism inherent in religious nationalism.
Tanner, son of a clergyman and a foe of drinking and smoking, was generally devout and upright.
Kevin McAuliffe, a 58-year-old Nevada clergyman, faces sentencing next week for stealing $650,000 from his diocese.Online Casinos Run by New York, Other States Will Target Gambling Addicts|Josh Axelrad|January 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The simple fact was, that Pope's grandfather, the highest they could trace the family, was a clergyman in Hampshire.
The clergyman, who was impatient to get his dinner, soon united the parties, and we saluted the bride.The Gold Hunter's Adventures|William H. Thomes
The newly made knight fighting a clergyman under such very curious circumstances!When It Was Dark|Guy Thorne
I am afraid that Arthur is hardly the name by which to call a clergyman.The Rector of St. Mark's|Mary J. Holmes
The clergyman was lodged in a small cell spread with carpets and cushions, and he was waited upon by the monks.Far Off|Favell Lee Mortimer