ethnological

[ eth-nol-uh-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF ethnological
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ETHNOLOGICAL

And so on in variety useless in any but an ethnological work.

In an ethnological point of view that collection was very valuable.

Foreign lands are a subject of geographical and ethnological study.

One sees that there must be something in ethnological theories, after all.

An ethnological mélange as well this singular city presents.

I am writing an ethnological work, and it will need to be illustrated.

For ethnological purposes we have only to do with the first group.

Yet one fact of ethnological importance needs to be mentioned.

Hardgrave loaned me a book about them; the report of some ethnological society.

As they passed it was easy to detect their ethnological heritage.

WORD ORIGIN

1842, from ethno- + -logy. Related: Ethnologist.

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