philosopher

[ fi-los-uh-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF philosopher

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The company smiled, and the philosopher answered, "I am Plato."

"I never saw a philosopher that dressed so well as Plato," said Eudora.

"I mean the philosopher, who teaches in the groves of Academus," continued he.

The philosopher was too deeply impressed to return to the festivities of Olympia.

We talked of progress; but progress, like the philosopher's stone, could not be easily attained.

"You are too much of a philosopher for me, Miss Raymount," said Vavasor with a smile.

It is a spectacle that may inspire the philosopher no less than the artist.

Be a philosopher; but, amidst all your philosophy, be still a man.

For she, too, is a philosopher, and is therefore just as free from prejudices as we are.

We call him the Philosopher, a nickname folks have given him in the neighbourhood.

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