from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An expert in or a student of anatomy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who studies, teaches, writes on, or does research on anatomy and anatomical structures.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who is skilled in the art of anatomy, or dissection.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is versed in anatomy; one skilled in the art of dissection.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an expert in anatomy
The comparative anatomist is interested in examining the similarities and differences to be found in animal or plant organs which carry out the same function; he is very cautious, however, about proclaiming the virtues of a device found in one particular species over a device for a similar purpose found in another.
In his own way he is a kind of anatomist and physiologist.
Can you speak about those pertaining to sex bordering on rape, and of course, the agenda of the sadistic "anatomist" who almost kills George?
As an artist, Edvard Munch saw himself as nothing less than an anatomist of the soul.
The controversy raged for almost a century before an exasperated American anatomist pointed out that "English-speaking researchers were pulling down English-language publications and non-English-speakers were dipping into exclusively non-English publications and both camps were simply rehashing what they'd read."
Da Vinci was a painter, engineer, botanist, and an anatomist.
One day in 1780, a Italian anatomist Luigi Galvani (Luigi Galvani) do dissections of frogs, hands hold VGP-BPS10A/B all kinds of metallic equipment, inadvertently touched a thigh of a frog during a same time, a contraction muscles of frog legs during once a moment, as a stimulatory effect, as well as if only a steel instrument to! touch a frogs, a absence of such a reaction.
Portrait of a Italian anatomist Luigi Galvani, since a anatomy of a frog, when he detected a bio-power as well as famous, please note that a lower part of this portrait of a half-frog
Even the famous anatomist could not correct what she would see.81
I was in the middle of a book about Nicolaus Steno, the seventeenth century Danish anatomist, whom some call the grandfather of geology.