Definition of Man of the cloth

1. Noun. A member of the clergy and a spiritual leader of the Christian Church.




Definition of Man of the cloth

1. Noun. A male member of the clergy. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Man Of The Cloth

man jack
man magnet
man of God
man of action
man of affairs
man of deeds
man of few words
man of letters
man of means
man of one's word
man of parts
man of science
man of size
man of straw
man of the cloth (current term)
man of the hour
man of the world
man of war
man on
man on the Clapham omnibus
man on the street
man orchid
man overboard
man page
man pages
man pr
man proposes, God disposes
man talk

Literary usage of Man of the cloth

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1. America of the Americans by Henry Charles Shelley (1915)
"... but our esteemed labour contemporary, the Post, has found a man of the cloth whose principles are as acceptable to organised labour as were those of the ..."

2. The American Rose Annual by American Rose Society (1920)
"Where two or three rose-lovers meet together, you will generally find a "man of the cloth." It is impossible to name a great poet who has not sung the ..."

3. The American Rose Annual by American Rose Society (1920)
"Where two or three rose-lovers meet together, you will generally find a "man of the cloth." It is impossible to name a great poet who has not sung the ..."

4. Mysticism and Modern Life by John Wright Buckham (1915)
"... weak and childish credulity to be repressed and smothered— what wonder that not only the man of the world but sometimes the man of the cloth also thinks ..."

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