Clerical [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Clerical:

The seed of discontent was again germinating under the duplicity of the Spanish lay and clerical authorities.

To give him a party name, he became an anti-clerical, strictly in a political and lawful sense.

Joseph, with his liberal ideas, had attempted to free the people from clerical thraldom.

The clerical staff in all the offices had combined and presented a petition in the highest quarter.

A country squire introduced his baboon, in clerical habits, to say grace.

Mere clerical errors or mistakes in describing it may be corrected even after it has been destroyed.

There is a possible ‘clerical’ explanation of the existence of two versions of the Lancelot tale.

They alighted on a young man in clerical black, who crossed the square from the post office.

This is the true clerical question which looms darkly before the Spain of to-day.

He strongly supported obligatory primary education, and was a firm anti-clerical.