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noun. ['ˈrɛvɝənd, ˈrɛvrənd'] a member of the clergy and a spiritual leader of the Christian Church.
- man of the cloth
- preacher man
- spiritual leader
Rhymes with Reverend
How do you spell reverend? Is it reverand ?
A common misspelling of reverend is reverand
Sentences with reverend
1. Noun, singular or mass
You will need to be endorsed by a church in order to be a reverend.
Quotes about reverend
1. Do not pray for easy lives. Pray to be stronger men.[Quoting Reverend Phillips Brooks, during Remarks at Presidential Prayer Breakfast, February 7 1963]
- John F. Kennedy
2. The engine roared to life. He ran toward her. She shot our of her parking space. He rushed to the side of her car. "Stop it, Kristy! You're overreacting! Let's talk about this."That was when she did the unthinkable. She rolled down the window, thrust out her hand, and gave Reverend Ethan Bonner the bird.
- Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Dream a Little Dream
adjective. ['ˈrɛvɝənd, ˈrɛvrənd'] worthy of adoration or reverence.
noun. a title of respect for a clergyman.
- form of address