minister

UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈmɪnɪstər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈmɪnəstɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(minə stər)


minister
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Sense: One authorized to conduct Christian worship
Synonyms:
pastor, parson, preacher, clergyman, rector, monk , abbot, prelate, curate, vicar, deacon, chaplain, servant of God, shepherd , churchman, cleric, padre, ecclesiastic, bishop , archbishop, suffragan, confessor, reverend, dean , archdeacon, abbé, curé, prebendary, canon, diocesan, primate, metropolitan, reverence, reader , divine , Bible-reader, missionary, Bible thumper, evangelist, sky pilot, black coat, psalm singer, priest
Antonyms:
parishioner, church member, church goer, congregation member
Sense: A high servant of the state
Synonyms:
cabinet member, ambassador, consul, liaison officer, diplomat, representative , statesman, agent , plenipotentiary
Antonyms:
citizen , constituent, backbencher, layperson
Synonyms:
administer to, tend , wait on, help , serve , aid , attend to, be solicitous of, cater to, cure , do for, doctor , foster , nurse , succor, take care of, treat , watch over
Antonyms:
deny , refuse , hinder , withhold

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