paleontologist[ pey-lee-uh n-tol-uh-jee or, esp. British, pal-ee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF paleontologist
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PALEONTOLOGIST
He then proceeds to theorize, hand in hand with the paleontologist, or student of ancient life.
It is a desert to the agriculturist, a mine to the paleontologist, and a paradise to the artist.
The paleontologist now reached up to a geometrical plane and brought down another small fossil.
The paleontologist removed the confounded monocle from his eye, and wiped the lens with a bit of chamois skin.
My good friend the paleontologist is in greater danger than he realizes, when he leaves descriptions and attempts explanation.
Gud picked up a tiny fragment and asked the paleontologist what manner of soul it had been.
Pottery is to the archæologist what characteristic fossils are to the paleontologist.