Definition of ministrant in US English:



formal, humorous
  • See ministration

    • ‘She was a ministrant or servant, one who was actually serving the needs of others.’
    • ‘He had merely stated the condition in which the ministrants then were, and in which they should remain.’
    • ‘The ministrant of this sacrament is the priest, for baptism belongs to his office.’
    • ‘This vision set in motion a train of visitations by angelic ministrants directing the young prophet in the process of restoring the gospel of Jesus Christ.’
    • ‘The faithful servants of God in public life are his ministrants as truly as those who perform the divine service in church.’