Definition of clergy in English:
noun (plural clergies)[usually treated as plural]
The body of all people ordained for religious duties, especially in the Christian Church: all marriages were to be solemnized by the clergy
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- He helped to draft a new catechism of the church to instruct parish clergy.
- The colleges provide sheltered housing for clergy widows and retired clergy.
- Invariably, he would publicly upbraid those members of the clergy he deemed to be unconverted.
Words that rhyme with clergyburgee
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