Antonyms

1. vicar

noun. ['ˈvɪkɝ'] a Roman Catholic priest who acts for another higher-ranking clergyman.

Antonyms

  • profane

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How do you pronounce vicar?

Pronounce vicar as ˈvɪkər.

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Example sentences of the word vicar


1. Noun, singular or mass
Check if the vicar and his wife have the same last name.

Quotes containing the word vicar


1. I remembered back to leo's burial and holding your hand. I was eleven and you were six, your hand soft and small in mine. As the vicar said 'in sure and certain hope of the resurrection of eternal life' you turned to me, 'I don't want sure and certain hope I want sure and certain Bee.
- Rosamund Lupton, Sister

2. vicar-general

noun. (Roman Catholic Church) an administrative deputy who assists a bishop.

Synonyms

  • deputy

3. vicar

noun. ['ˈvɪkɝ'] (Church of England) a clergyman appointed to act as priest of a parish.

Synonyms

  • man of the cloth
  • clergyman

Antonyms

  • temporalty
  • common person
  • layperson

4. vicar

noun. ['ˈvɪkɝ'] (Episcopal Church) a clergyman in charge of a chapel.

Synonyms

  • man of the cloth
  • clergyman

Antonyms

  • common man
  • commoner
  • lay reader
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