a person who practices simony.
a person who is guilty of practising simony
noun 1. a person who practices simony. noun 1. a person who is guilty of practising simony
noun 1. 556?–468? b.c, Greek poet. noun 1. ?556–?468 bc, Greek lyric poet and epigrammatist, noted for his odes to victory
noun 1. the making of profit out of sacred things. 2. the sin of buying or selling ecclesiastical preferments, benefices, etc. noun 1. (Christianity) the practice, now usually regarded as a sin, of buying or selling spiritual or Church benefits such as pardons, relics, etc, or preferments
verb (used with object), simonized, simonizing. 1. to shine or polish to a high sheen, especially with wax: to simonize an automobile.