Thesaurus / natural historian
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Peter Collinson died; an eminent English botanist and natural historian.

The interest and the desire evoked the natural historian, the inheritor of the half-forgotten mantle of Pliny.

The Kindred of the WildCharles G. D. Roberts

Never did natural historian so jauntily provide for every fact contravening his theories.

Arrows of FreethoughtGeorge W. Foote

He was not thinking about his shortcomings as a Natural Historian.

When Ghost Meets GhostWilliam Frend De Morgan

That would be a curious fact for our natural historian, Don Prospero.

The Lone RancheCaptain Mayne Reid

Joseph Pitton de Tournefort, a famous French botanist and natural historian, died.

The slower motions of the owl prove to the natural historian that it consumes less oxygen than the eagle.

In Scandinavia the natural historian, especially the mineralogist, will be chiefly interested.

Frederick Hasselquist, a Swedish botanist and natural historian, died at Smyrna.

Mr Marsden, without pretending to be a natural historian, gives us a very good picture of the water-worn surface of Sumatra.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.