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synonyms for philologian

  • linguist
  • wordsmith
  • etymologist
  • glossarist
  • lexicologist
  • philologist
  • phonetician
  • phonologist
  • polyglot
  • definer
  • dictionarist
  • dictionary editor
  • dictionary maker
  • glossarian
  • glossographer
  • glossologist
  • glottologist
  • lexicographist
  • philologer
  • phoneticist
  • vocabulist
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How to use philologian in a sentence

As a scholar and a philologian he had rare abilities, and a rarer industry.
PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF BIRMINGHAM AND BIRMINGHAM MENE. EDWARDS
The anecdotes which have been recorded of him show that he was something of an archaeologist, and something of a philologian.
SEEKERS AFTER GODFREDERIC WILLIAM FARRAR
The physician says “incurable”; the philologian says “fraud.”
THE ANTICHRISTF. W. NIETZSCHE
He was also a prominent member of the Philologian Society, of which he was afterwards elected president.
THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF JAMES A. GARFIELDEMMA ELIZABETH BROWN
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PHILOLOGIAN

  • definer
  • dictionarist
  • dictionary editor
  • dictionary maker
  • etymologist
  • glossarian
  • glossarist
  • glossographer
  • glossologist
  • glottologist
  • lexicographist
  • lexicologist
  • linguist
  • philologer
  • philologian
  • philologist
  • phonetician
  • phoneticist
  • phonologist
  • polyglot
  • vocabulist
  • wordsmith
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.