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preacher

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Religion
preacherpreach‧er /ˈpriːtʃə $ -ər/ ●○○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 RRsomeone who talks about a religious subject in a public place, especially at a church
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preacherThey could have been greengrocers, insurance salesmen, buggy repairmen, schoolteachers, congressmen or even preachers as much as criminals.There are so many great preachers there.He was born in Limavady in 1839, the son of a Methodist preacher, William Guard.For years marginal radio stations paid the rent with late-night or Sunday-morning preacher shows, which they aired for cash up front.As a military leader, the prophet Joshua knew the importance of engaging the enemy, the preacher continues.They give point to the cries of the preachers for repentance, conversion, and return to the old religion.Vanity, all is vanity, saith the preacher.The preacher turned his volume up.
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