chaplain

[ chap-lin ]SEE DEFINITION OF chaplain

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHAPLAIN

When he was not studying, he was botanizing or mineralogizing with O'Toole's chaplain.

The chaplain was a little distance away from the two Superiors.

Green was at the time illustrating Besant's "Chaplain of the Fleet."

Her father had been the only son of Parson Quayle, and chaplain to the bishop at Bishopscourt.

The chaplain of Martha's Vineyard had not been to the hospital ball.

The chaplain was your friend—your only friend in London, so far as they know.

His eye was the first to catch sight of two men who came behind the chaplain.

Chaplain's object in hearing from released prisoners and others.

I answered in my mind, "the chaplain going about lying for the warden!"

Then dismiss the chaplain and save that expense to the State, for he can be of no use.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHAPLAIN

minister

nounperson in charge of church
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