archaeologist[ ahr-kee-ol-uh-jist ]SEE DEFINITION OF archaeologist
Synonyms for archaeologist
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARCHAEOLOGIST
"I'm goin' to find out what an archaeologist is," she declared.
I did not think one could be an archaeologist and yet not believe in fetichism.
Jackson, the archaeologist of yesterday, becomes the cricketer of to-day.
He would also have known that I was the archaeologist for the expedition.
Little about him suggested that he was an archaeologist with an international reputation.
The archaeologist has nothing but old jugs or beetles or stuff like that to get excited about.
He thrust at Tony, but the archaeologist knocked the spear aside.
The archaeologist couldn't have known they were in bed, but his stall had worked.
The deputy-judge and archaeologist Desfondrilles belonged to neither party.
"Colonel's getting to be quite an archaeologist," Fitzgerald commented.