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From Middle English precher, prechere; partly equivalent to preach +‎ -er, and partly continuing Middle English prechour, prechiour, from Old French preecheor (French prêcheur), from Latin praedicator (public praiser, proclaimer). See preach.

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preacher (plural preachers)

  1. Someone who preaches a worldview, philosophy, or religion, especially someone who preaches the gospel; a clergyman.

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