biologist

[ bahy-ol-uh-jist ]
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When I read a naturalist or a biologist I am always ashamed of what I have called a sport.

But the biologist cannot devitalize a plant or an animal and revivify it again.

No; no use arguing from the point of view of the biologist and chemist, Brenton.

Rather like a biologist planning the details of an interesting vivisection.

His elbows were on the table, and he was looking eagerly at the biologist.

And immediately the domestic arrangement of the biologist were clear to her.

Bramwell Winton was a biologist; he would not be concerned with flowers.

His work was appreciated as is that of the biologist and the chemist.

Bernacchi was the physicist, Hodgson the biologist, and Ferrar the geologist.

Almost every biologist has given a name to his particular conception of them.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BIOLOGIST

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