fabulist[ fab-yuh-list ]SEE DEFINITION OF fabulist
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Gay the fabulist is only interesting in a certain sense and to a small extent.
The fabulist is to create a laugh, but yet, under a merry guise, to convey instruction.
"Ah, I see," said the fabulist with a wink aside for Jeff's benefit.
That is the fabulist's opinion—Harriet Shelley's is not reported.
We give the last-named piece as a specimen of his work as a fabulist.
And how many men are women, too, on this point, as said the fabulist.
The fox, as ever, serves the Afghan fabulist for the personification of cunning and ingenuity.
Eratosthenes had treated the great sire of poets as a fabulist.
Some of these folk-tales suggest the ingenuity of a fabulist.
They asked Lucman the fabulist, "From whom did you learn manners?"