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Definition of "ordainer" [or•dain•er]

  • A person (usually a clergyman) who ordains. (noun)

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Use "ordainer" in a sentence
  • "The ordainer is the divine wisdom; and the executrix, or performer, is the divine power, which the will of God employs through an inclination of goodness, according to the most equitable prescript of his wisdom."
  • "Bhikshuni Jampa Tsedroen: Of the two methods of bhikshuni ordination recommended, if it is by a single sangha, this would be valid and the ordainer bhikshus would only incur a minor infraction."
  • "It is not the ideal method, but the infraction involved for the ordainer bhikshus is minor."