noun, plural cler·gy·men.
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