- n. Plural form of layperson.
“Maybe not, but I think some of the scientists and the nearly all "laypersons" you mentioned treat it that way.”
“Koolaid you stated "submit it's extremely hard for 'laypersons' to pick ...”
“Mr. Knaus's intricate analysis of the Bosnian case—sometimes calibrated more for historians and policy wonks than interested laypersons—involves detailed engagement with other theorists of foreign intervention.”
“The following books proved invaluable to my own research and are very accessible to laypersons.”
“We strongly suggest you avoid technical jargon and write in terms that laypersons can understand.”
“The prestige of teaching as a profession could be increased by defining very clear boundaries between what laypersons and what the actual practitioners know about the field.”
“After all, it's been raging among laypersons for centuries, not just out loud in coffee houses, living rooms and school cafeterias, but in the silent recesses of individual minds.”
“But such reaching out is also happening among laypersons.”
“Wayne Teasdale coined the word "interspirituality" to describe this from-the-ground-up movement of laypersons seeking the wisdom of religions other than their own.”
“While our support is overwhelmingly clergy there are a sizable number of laypersons signed on as well.”
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