Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is versed in paleontology.
- n. one who studies paleontology
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One versed in paleontology.
- n. a specialist in paleontology
“Even where I work a paleontology parkquite a few of the staff often joke when they stutter through or mispronounce the word paleontologist, yet have no problem with "archaeologist".”
“An Indonesian paleontologist is keeping the remains of the tiny humans away from other paleontologists.”
“Fact is, Grant and Hepburn display impeccable comic timing at a breakneck pace and the “intercostal clavicle” Grant’s paleontologist is searching for in the movie has become something of an iconic reference.”
“Which brings me to the phrase "religious paleontologist.”
“" There weren't enough to fill a third of a sandwich bag, '' recalls paleontologist Keith Rigby, who was heading the dig.”
“I also think that anyone who just wants to be a "paleontologist" should prep for at least a short amount of time so they have a better understanding of how it works and so you have more respect for preparators.”
“The sub-discipline "paleontologist" includes paleontology; the sub-discipline "preparation" includes paleontology and preparation and conservation.”
“The show begins with a "paleontologist" clad in safari gear, who hosts the proceedings from the stage.”
“So by all means, explain this to me — what exactly, in your opinion, makes a chemist or a mathematician eminently more qualified than an anthropologist or paleontologist to decide how human life originated?”
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