a male priest or minister in the Christian Church
You_ assign greater consequence to the clergyman than one has been used to hear given, or than I can quite comprehend.
and he guessed that she nursed a secret disappointment at having been invited out in London to meet a clergyman and a French tutor.
Old Mr Clare was a clergyman of a type which, within the last twenty years, has wellnigh dropped out of contemporary life.
"It may be so, " said the young clergyman, indifferently, as waiving a discussion that he considered irrelevant or unseasonable.
It was an abnegation that brought with it much suffering for the clergyman .
The writer-director often invests his scripts with the sort of advice a concerned clergyman might give the wandering faithful.
He was not always a clergyman. During the first half of his life, he was a teacher in the military school at Woolwich .
There is the parsonage: a tidy-looking house, and I understand the clergyman and his wife are very decent people.
MacNeice was the precocious son of a Church of Ireland clergyman, growing up in an often chilly Carrickfergus rectory.
Pearl had not found the hour pass wearisomely, while her mother sat talking with the clergyman.