Definition of "military chaplain" [military chaplain]
A chaplain in one of the military services(noun)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "military chaplain" in a sentence
"At Cologne the church of the Catholic military chaplain had been turned over by the Government to the Old Catholics, whereupon the Head-Chaplain of the troops forbade his subordinate to hold there the usual Catholic services."
"There he was successively a missionary, superior of the mission, and military chaplain until, in 1901, he was sent to the Kwango mission."
"Bloemfontein, Father Hoendervangers of the Order of Saint Norbert, who had followed the troops as military chaplain during a war between the British and Boers in 1854."