What is another word for ministers?50 synonyms found
Pronunciation:[ m_ˈɪ_n_ɪ_s_t_ə_z], [ mˈɪnɪstəz], [ mˈɪnɪstəz]
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n.•clergy people (noun)
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representatives, authorities, speakers, terms, administrations, relations, managers, priests, matters, magistrates, servants, directors, Deputies, justices, statements, conditions, keepers, officers, declarations, counsellors, portfolios, preachers, Consultations, pastoralists, sectors, scenarios, clerics, pastors, peers, makers, L, prosecutors, herders, positions, provinces, officials, Rights, Guidelines, talks, guests, brussels, things, judges, statistics, issues, vicars, Organizations, points, perpetrators, Parents, questions, posts, communiques, Judgments, held, aspects, shepherds, decisions, abroad, Areas, forces, clergy, colleagues, holding, Efforts, levels, Conferences, conflicts, men, discussions, actions, wallets, dialogues, problems, Activities, facts, 2003, =, cases, leaders, participants, co-chairs, enclosure, delegates, banks, status, meetings, -rrb-, have, VOTES, ?, Chairmen.
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agreement, adviser, resolution, expertise, response, aftermath, crime, planning, decision, today, course, role, interdepartmental, analysis, research, step, year, change, formula, attention, war, primer, discussion, ministre, chief.
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