V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
Definition: (n.) a member of the clergy; (adj.) having to do with a church, especially the Christian church
Synonyms: (n.) churchman, cleric, (adj.) religious, spiritual, Christian
Antonyms: (n.) layperson, (adj.) secular
Tips: An alternate form of the adjective ecclesiastic is ecclesiastical.
The conference included both ecclesiastics and lay people. (clergymen) noun
Whether or not women are allowed to be ministers is an ecclesiastic decision, not a political one. (religious, church-related) adjective
The Bible serves as an ecclesiastical history of the early Christian church. (religious, clerical) adjective
My ecclesiastic studies have provided me with a profound understanding of religious history and symbolism. (religious, spiritual) adjective
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