Miliolite limestone(Geol.), a building stone, one of the group of the Paris basin, almost entirely made up of many-chambered microscopic shells.

(Mil`i*o*lit"ic) a. Of or pertaining to the genus Miliola; containing miliolites.

(Mil"i*tan*cy) n. [See Militant.]

1. The state of being militant; warfare.

2. A military spirit or system; militarism. H. Spencer.

(Mil"i*tant) a. [L. militans, -antis, p. pr. of militare to be soldier: cf. F. militant. See Militate.] Engaged in warfare; fighting; combating; serving as a soldier.Mil"i*tant*ly, adv.

At which command the powers militant . . .
Moved on in silence.

Church militant, the Christian church on earth, which is supposed to be engaged in a constant warfare against its enemies, and is thus distinguished from the church triumphant, in heaven.

(Mil"i*tar) a. Military. [Obs.] Bacon.

(Mil"i*ta*ri*ly) adv. In a military manner.

(Mil"i*ta*rism) n. [Cf. F. militarisme.]

1. A military state or condition; reliance on military force in administering government; a military system.

2. The spirit and traditions of military life. H. Spencer.

(Mil"i*ta*rist) n. A military man. [Obs.] Shak.

(Mil"i*ta*ry) a. [L. militaris, militarius, from miles, militis, soldier: cf. F. militaire.]

1. Of or pertaining to soldiers, to arms, or to war; belonging to, engaged in, or appropriate to, the affairs of war; as, a military parade; military discipline; military bravery; military conduct; military renown.

Nor do I, as an enemy to peace,
Troop in the throngs of military men.

2. Performed or made by soldiers; as, a military election; a military expedition. Bacon.

Miliary to Millenary

(Mil"ia*ry) a. [L. miliarius, fr. milium millet: cf. F. miliaire.]

1. Like millet seeds; as, a miliary eruption.

2. (Med.) Accompanied with an eruption like millet seeds; as, a miliary fever.

3. (Zoöl.) Small and numerous; as, the miliary tubercles of Echini.

(Mil"ia*ry), n. (Zoöl.) One of the small tubercles of Echini.

(||Mi`lice") n. [F.] Militia. [Obs.]

(||Mil"i*o`la) n. [NL., dim. of L. milium millet. So named from its resemblance to millet seed.] (Zoöl.) A genus of Foraminifera, having a porcelanous shell with several longitudinal chambers.

(Mil"i*o*lite) n. (Paleon.) A fossil shell of, or similar to, the genus Miliola.

(Mil"i*o*lite), a. The same Miliolitic.

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