philologist[ fi-lol-uh-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF philologist
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PHILOLOGIST
Writing to Holthoff and old Bœckh the philologist for introductions to your father.
Here Wolf, a philologist with historical instinct, was a pioneer.
And why should not a philologist be able to answer questions acutely?
Even if illegitimacy were the only reason, that would not concern the philologist.
Sometimes a philologist had a pet theory which the facts were made to fit.
The names signify respectively “Philologist” and “the Gypsy Gentleman”.
My world is wholly formed of words—so much of a philologist I have become!
A philosopher and philologist, born in Hildesheim, studied in Gottingen and Kiel.
A great but careless linguist, Borrow was assuredly no philologist.
He is a scholar, a philologist; he manages everything in the chteau.