- n. Plural form of philatelist.
“As many stamp enthusiasts and scholars (otherwise known as philatelists) would argue, stamps are one of the best ways in order to study the history of any nation.”
“That's as true of herpetologists as it is of lepidopterologists or philatelists.”
“I ask our little group of balletomanes—or is it philatelists?”
“The Simpsons stamps, which includes known philatelists Bart Simpson, will serve as a great opportunity to interest youngsters into stamp collecting.â€”
“I have seen the compelling fervor of various creators and players who, pressured by the constraints of their ideas devote their limitless energies to their tasks like hypnotized collectors or enthralled philatelists.”
“The Simpsons stamps, which includes known philatelists Bart Simpson, will serve as a great opportunity to interest youngsters into stamp collecting.”
“Meanwhile, stamp duty cuts must be good news for all keen philatelists in our forgotten heartlands.”
“I ask her is I would be ahead to auction these envelopes off on eBay to the philatelists.”
“Some philatelists were sleeping there and had to be dislodged.”
“The party of savants were quartered in the main hotel of Simona, which that morning had the aspect of a wartime railway station owing to the arrival some time after midnight of fifty or sixty international philatelists for whom no accommodation had been arranged.”
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