Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A follower of Thomas Aquinas. See scotist.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A follower of Thomas Aquinas.
  • Same as Thomistic.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • By coincidence this occurred on the same day as the exchange elsewhere: peeping thomist the feminist movement could be seen as providing men with a whole range of options to tell women what to do with their bodies over the last 40 years.

    October 31st, 2009

  • At one point it slips out of science into religion, since it was a Templeton lecture.www. thomist.org/journal/1999/991aSmit. htm

    August 10th, 2009

  • Feminism sometimes seem to exist as a prop to legitimate the devious arguments of men who want to do what they please to women's bodies without consequence. thomist

    October 31st, 2009

  • Here is a post by someone calling himself "a thomist" regarding the immaterial conclusions of materialism:

    November 15th, 2008

  • Mura is an excellent example for not beeing a poor but a real and brillinat thomist, who is open for real development and new insights and findings.

    Bishop Alfonso de Galarreta chairman of the SSPX commission

  • For instance, there is a certain well known American neo-thomist from the middle of America who, when he called, always said in a deep bass voice,

    The Ochlophobist

  • Manifestly only the communicable attributes can at all be considered in the matter, wherefore Gonet (Clyp. thomist.,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

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