Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A philosopher: a word sometimes used with a contemptuous implication as nearly equivalent to philosophaster. Also, as French, philosophe.
“Then Bush came along and ran a campeign and administration on the philosoph that 50% plus one vote is a majority and that compromise is weakness.”
“Although he probably didn't mean it to come out this way philosoph has made my point.”
“Of course, Buddhism is at root a non-theistic philosoph to begin with.”
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“So Plutarch, De placit. philosoph., c. 7; from which treatise the above opinions of the various sects are quoted, generally verbatim.”
“Tse-Mallory had to support the philosoph around the b-thorax, as the old insect's legs proved too shaky to manage on their own.”
“Understandable attitude,' murmured the philosoph.”
“It seems that our friend the hard-headed philosoph, who wears his bones inside out, stood it better than the rest of us.”
“To enjoy the view, 'The philosoph returned his attention to the great port and the doppler-distorted suns which glowed far more sharply than they ever could in their natural state.”
“I'm not sure, replied the philosoph in equaly subdued tones, 'but I think perhaps our puzzle is setting about answering itself.”
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