sky pilot


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sky pilot

n. Slang
A member of the clergy, especially a military chaplain.

sky pilot

n
(Military) slang a chaplain in one of the military services

sky′ pi`lot


n.
Slang. a member of the clergy, esp. an army chaplain.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sky pilot - a chaplain in one of the military servicessky pilot - a chaplain in one of the military services
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
chaplain - a clergyman ministering to some institution
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At the summit, kick back and have a bite to eat at the lodge before checking out the world famous Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge.
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The rapt audience rolled with the change of pace, from the Leadbelly classic In The Pines, through the hypnotic rhythm of Ride Bo Diddley and then into Randy Newman's Mama Told Me Not To Come, followed by a heartfelt tribute to David Bowie with Space Oddity (which segued into his Vietnam-era anti-war song, Sky Pilot).
The rapt audience rolled with the change of pace from the Leadbelly classic, In The Pines, through the magically hypnotic rhythm of Ride Bo Diddley and then into Randy Newman's Mama Told Me Not To Come, followed by a heartfelt tribute to David Bowie with Space Oddity (which segued into his Vietnam-era anti-war song, Sky Pilot).
So He's got a cauliflower ear, 'cause I'm always badgerin' Him about stuff"; and "My sky pilot works for me and is with me all the time, so if yours don't work, you can borrow mine."
The name he was most known by was "The Sky Pilot of the Great Lakes." (Sky pilot was a sailors' slang phrase for chaplain.)
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Perhaps a racing blue STi with huge seats like Tommy Jones rides in The Voice driven by a young sky pilot wearing a catch-me-if-you can smirk.