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clergywoman

Syllabification: cler·gy·wom·an
Pronunciation: /ˈklərjēˌwo͝omən
 
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Definition of clergywoman in English:

noun (plural clergywomen)

A female priest, minister, or religious leader, especially a Christian one.
Example sentences
  • Stratford clergymen solemnized three marriages in February.
  • There was once a time in America when all its writers seemed to be clergymen.
  • Two of the survivors were Christian clergymen, who underscore through their actions that Christian love and sacrifice are very important for many.

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