Clerisy

• (n.) The clergy, or their opinions, as opposed to the laity. • (n.) The literati, or well educated class.
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Clerisy

Cler'i┬Ěsy noun [ Late Latin clericia . See Clergy .] 1. The literati, or well educated class. 2. The clergy, or their opinions, as opposed to the laity.
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clerisy

scholars and educated people as a class
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