sky pilot
noun Date: 1883 clergyman; specifically chaplain

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • sky-pilot —    A playful American slang term for a clergyman, or specifically, a chaplain. It occurs as a vocative, addressed to an American ‘reverend gentleman’, in Sandra, by Pearl Bell, a romantic novel published in the 1920s. A man calls another ‘earnest …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

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  • sky pilot — n a priest, particularly a naval or military chaplain. The phrase dates from the later 19th century …   Contemporary slang

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