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1. curate

noun. ['ˈkjʊrət'] a person authorized to conduct religious worship.

Synonyms

  • minister
  • minister of religion
  • clergyman
  • rector
  • man of the cloth
  • ministrant
  • parson
  • reverend

Antonyms

  • idle
  • laity
  • unhelpful
  • profane

Etymology

  • curatus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Curate

  • alegrett
  • barratt
  • beret
  • carat
  • carbohydrate
  • carrot
  • carrot
  • cotret
  • cymrot
  • deliberate
  • demerit
  • eckrote
  • egret
  • elaborate
  • everett
  • favorite
  • ferret
  • garratt
  • garrott
  • histadrut

How do you pronounce curate?

Pronounce curate as ˈkjʊrət.

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Sentences with curate


1. Verb, base form
They both love tennis fashion and plan to curate some vintage tennis clothes for their shop.

Quotes about curate


1. The true men of action in our time those who transform the world are not the politicians and statesmen but the scientists. Unfortunately poetry cannot celebrate them because their deeds are concerned with things, not persons, and are therefore speechless. When I find myself in the company of scientists, I feel like a shabby curate who has strayed by mistake into a drawing room full of dukes.
- W.H. Auden

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