astronomer

[ uh-stron-uh-mer ]SEE DEFINITION OF astronomer
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It couldn't be at the stars; such a desperado was neither astrologer nor astronomer.

I had a hunch, and this astronomer chap has proved it correct with his mathematics.

"Come outside; I believe I can show you," an astronomer said.

The eighth picture depicted an astronomer who has not yet come into existence.

The letters prescribe the various duties of the astronomer and the mode of his election.

For two seasons in 1865 and 1866 I had the honour of being Lord Rosse's astronomer.

It might be thought that the anxieties of the astronomer about his book would then have terminated.

The astronomer was in bed on the morning of 11th February, 1576, when the message was delivered.

Brinkley had another profession in addition to that of an astronomer.

But Halley had no intention of being merely an astronomer with his pen.

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