Definition of Chaplaincy

1. Noun. The position of chaplain.

Exact synonyms: Chaplainship
Generic synonyms: Berth, Billet, Office, Place, Position, Post, Situation, Spot
Derivative terms: Chaplain



Definition of Chaplaincy

1. n. The office, position, or station of a chaplain.

Definition of Chaplaincy

1. Noun. The office of a chaplain ¹

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Definition of Chaplaincy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chaplaincy

chaperonin 10
chaperonin 60
chaperoning
chaperonins
chaperons
chapes
chapess
chapesses
chapfallen
chapiter
chapiters
chapka
chapkas
chaplain
chaplaincies
chaplaincy (current term)
chaplains
chaplainship
chaplainships
chapless
chaplet
chapleted
chaplets
chapman
chapmanite
chapmanites
chapmen
chappa
chappal
chappals

Literary usage of Chaplaincy

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1. The Danville Quarterly Review (1863)
"chaplaincy in the Army. AN announcement has been repeatedly made through the public press that ou the evening of the 22d of last February, one of the Major ..."

2. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1848)
"The British chaplaincy in Madeira. By VISCOUNT CAMPDEN. ... A Brief Statement of Facts with regard to the British chaplaincy at Madeira. Funchal. 1846. 3. ..."

3. Life of James Green: Doctor of Divinity, Rector and Dean of Maritzburg by Augustus Theodore Wirgman (1909)
"Government , , to deprive him of his chaplaincy. His failure. He discounts the sympathy of the Dutch. Dr. Colenso tried to induce the Government to go ..."

4. The English Review (1848)
"The Madeira chaplaincy treated of, and the Supremacy of tlie Queen vindicated, in a Letter addressed to the Rev. ..."

5. A Soldier's Recollections: Leaves from the Diary of a Young Confederate by Randolph Harrison McKim (1910)
"... PREPARATION FOR THE chaplaincy: FIRST EXPERIENCE IN THE FIELD TN the autumn of 1863, I tendered my resignation -*- as first lieutenant and aide-de-camp, ..."

6. Led On!: Step by Step, Scenes from Clerical, Military, Educational, and by Anthony Toomer Porter (1898)
"... XIII WAR IN EARNEST My chaplaincy in the Washington Light Infantry— The delusion of secessionists as to peace—Fort Sumter is fired on — The surrender of ..."

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