Definition of 'preacher'
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Indeed, this whole piece, and what I am going to write about Ellis, the preacher, makes me feel uneasy and even dirty. TESTIMONIES (2003)A street-corner preacher was howling assurances of eternal damnation at the backs of the fleeing crowd. PASSION IN THE PEAK (2003)No being, not even one whose essence was love, would suborn her, Ellen Thomas, as a preacher in its cause. MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)
The voice of a country preacher boomed through the car for a few seconds. THE STAPLE STREET GANG: KIM AND THE SOOPER GLOOPER TORCH (2003)
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Translations for 'preacher'
British English: preacher NOUN
A preacher is a person, usually a member of the clergy, who preaches sermons as part of a church service.
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