docent

[ doh-suh nt; German doh-tsent ]SEE DEFINITION OF docent

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In the evening at the house of Gizycki (a Docent on Ethics), to a "privatissimum" with a supper after it.

Doctor Norbert Hanold, docent of archology, really found in the relief nothing noteworthy for his science.

Like the “wonderful one-hoss shay,” the tottering old chair had collapsed and the docent lay sprawling under the ruins.

After a course in chemistry, he began the systematic study of medicine and in 1811 became a Privat docent.

After spending some time as teacher in a private school, he returned to Leipsic as Privat Docent in the university.

WORD ORIGIN

1630s, from Latin docentem (nominative docens), present participle of docere "to teach" (see doctor). As a noun, from 1880.

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