officiant

NOUN
  1. a clergyman who officiates at a religious ceremony or service
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How To Use officiant In A Sentence

  • The officiant should then appraise the boy and girl of the duties and obligations of conjugal life according to the Gurus tenets.
  • Their officiant, a dear friend of theirs, sported a full leopard-print suit in true rockabilly fashion—and even strutted over the tracks with Mike and his Rat Pack pals. My Fair Wedding
  • Dieste wrote of his desire to unite the congregants with the officiants in a single space, which the nave of this church provides.
  • Given that view of marriage, I've always liked the Quaker way of getting married--i.e., the whole meeting serves as "officiant" for the wedding. Some Questions about Marriage
  • 'I'm afraid that I shall be the officiant and that there will be two other baptismal parties present. GOODBYE CURATE
  • Next, the officiant, groom, and best man enter the ceremony through a side door and wait at the altar. My Fair Wedding
  • The idol is subsequently installed in the household shrine, which includes two other cult objects (an ephod and teraphim) and, eventually, a resident priestly officiant (Judg 17: 7 – 13). Mother of Micah: Bible.
  • More than 100 guests attended the non-denominational ceremony, which was held on the beach during sunset and performed by a local officiant.
  • Under the city's current marriage law, civil marriages can only be performed by a judge or by a court-appointed 'officiant' that almost always performs marriages at the D.C. Superior Court. DeMorning DeBonis: Oct. 1, 2010
  • Born in a village of poor fisherfolk and growing up illiterate, Hung Tung worked as officiant in a Taoist temple while doing odd jobs to maintain his family.
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