Definition of Military chaplain
1. Noun. A chaplain in one of the military services.
Category relationships: Armed Forces, Armed Services, Military, Military Machine, War Machine
Generic synonyms: Chaplain
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Literary usage of Military chaplain
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cardinal Mercier's Story by Désiré Mercier (1920)
"CHAPTER VIII THE CARDINAL'S PROTEST AGAINST THE BEHAVIOR OF A GERMAN MILITARY CHAPLAIN Archbishop's House, Malines, To His Excellency Baron von Bissing, ..."
2. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1885)
"The duties of the chaplain on board a man-of-war are more difficult to fulfil than are those of the military chaplain. The Poet Laureate has told us of the ..."
3. Representation of the State of Government Slaves and Apprentices in the (1830)
"And it may be proper to mention, that the military chaplain at different times has instructed, or preached, or read prayers to, the slaves at the Governor's ..."
4. The Life, Times, and Writings of Thomas Fuller, D.D., the Church Historian by Morris Joseph Fuller (1886)
"military chaplain, SIR RALPH HOPTON, AND BASING HOUSE. (1643-4.) " He resolved, therefore, strenuously to evince his faithful loyalty to the King\yj another ..."