Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person who preaches, especially a minister of religion: he was an eloquent pulpiteer, much in demand his genius as an orator and leading pulpiteer
More example sentences
- A pulpit has never been so expensive for either the pulpiteer nor his hapless congregation.
- Edmund insists that a proper clergyman is not merely a pulpiteer.
- Wardin assesses him to be "the greatest pulpiteer and orator in Tennessee Baptist annals".
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