from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A severe critic: as, “the aristarch Johnson,” Scott, Abbot, Int.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A severe critic.
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Even the aristarch Johnson allowed that the quality of readiness and profusion had a merit in itself, independent of the intrinsic value of the composition.
The Abbot 2008
The Wrestler is able to unite audiences, aristarch or sympathizer, with one word: yuck.
unknown title 2009
whichbe commented on the word aristarch
A severe critic. (from Phrontistery)
May 15, 2008
qms commented on the word aristarch
Dilute not your umbrage with snark!
Your bite should be worse than your bark.
The highest of dudgeon
Befits the curmudgeon,
Who’s called to be arch aristarch.
August 17, 2018