Synonyms for Clerical:

adj.

churchly (adjective)
ecclesiastical.
concerning clergy (adjective)
ecclesiastical, holy, pastoral, cleric, episcopal, ecclesiastic, monastic, canonical, sacerdotal, papal, pontifical, priestly, ministerial, sacred, apostolic, churchly.
ecclesiastic (adjective)
pastoral, papal, ministerial, reverend, ecclesiastic, evangelical, priestly.
ecclesiastical (adjective)
holy, episcopal.
pious (adjective)
priestly.
priestly (adjective)
ministerial.
sacerdotal (adjective)
apostolic.
secretarial (adjective)
office, typing, written, bookkeeping.

n.

archdeacon, bishop, cardinal, archbishop, assistant, archbishopric, bookkeeping, abbot, written, canon, office, typing, bishopric, the Archbishop of Canterbury, abbess, administrative. churchman, religion, clerk, minister, preacher, parson, clergywoman, churchwoman, clergyman. clerical (noun)
white-collar.

Other synonyms:

antisocial, ecclesiastical, churchman, cleric, collegiate, collaborative, clergywoman, churchwoman, ceremonial. clergyman, parson, preacher, assistant. adjunct, cooperative, associate. clerk. casual, minister. divine. pontifical
episcopal.
priestly
sacerdotal.
Other relevant words:
clergywoman, white-collar, canonical, clerk, preacher, minister, sacred, bookkeeping, priestly, apostolic, typing, churchly, parson, monastic, collegiate, cleric, ceremonial, churchman, written, pontifical, office, churchwoman, assistant, ecclesiastical, associate, sacerdotal, adjunct, episcopal, divine, administrative, holy, clergyman, ecclesiastic.

Usage examples for clerical

  1. The clerical police does its duty. – The Roman Question by Edmond About
  2. He should be appointed for a very long term and should have ample clerical assistance. – Popular Law-making by Frederic Jesup Stimson