View definitions for theorist
noun as in thinker
Another is a party that abandons the conspiracy theorists and potentially faces diminished political power.
In recent years, however, theorists have been able to home in on the surprisingly complex mechanisms that make supernovas tick.
Many, many people have been begging social media companies to take the meme-making extremists and conspiracy theorists seriously.
Stein’s class helped set me on the path to becoming a number theorist.
Those false positives created a chance for confusion and controversy, and conspiracy theorists would be certain to sow doubts over the vaccine.
But the author of The Beauty Myth has become a nonsense-garbling conspiracy theorist.
In Pi, a numbers theorist named Max Cohen decides to put a power drill through his own brain.
Oliver Stone might be the most vocal JFK conspiracy theorist in Hollywood, but he's not the only one.
Despite being a grown-up conspiracy theorist, it seems that Charlie couldn't resist running home to daddy with his wacky beliefs.
The couple divorced back in America, and the man his mother remarried, Harry Walterhouse, was a veteran-turned-military theorist.
The Archduke Charles was a fine strategic theorist, in his age second only to Napoleon.
The mysterious traveler, Votan, is once more made to do service for the theorist here.
There lives, even now, a sublime theorist, who professes to have made feminine physiology his peculiar study.
And yet this theorist in the mills demanded working conditions that would let us wear shirts.
As a theorist, Sir John Hawkins says, his book is equal in value to any now extant in any language.
On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to theorist, such as: logician, sage, savant, sophist, and wise person.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.