Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who teaches the deaf and dumb by means of the manual alphabet or method.
  • noun An artificer; a workman.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who works with the hands; an artificer.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A musical performer who makes music by squeezing air through the hands

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Examples

  • But is the problem that a manualist Thomism has been displaced by narrative, feminist, liberationist, and other inductive theologies?

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  • He then brought the manualist theories back to America, eventually establishing the first free public school for the deaf in the United States now the American School for the Deaf in Hartford, Connecticut.

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  • Although Bell felt that the case had clearly been made for the oralist viewpoint, Gallaudet remained unconvinced and continued to be an advocate of the manualist tradition.

    The Pawprints of History

  • To put it simply, Bell felt that the manualist view was wrong because of a dog.

    The Pawprints of History

  • He then brought the manualist theories back to America, eventually establishing the first free public school for the deaf in the United States now the American School for the Deaf in Hartford, Connecticut.

    The Pawprints of History

  • To put it simply, Bell felt that the manualist view was wrong because of a dog.

    The Pawprints of History

  • He then brought the manualist theories back to America, eventually establishing the first free public school for the deaf in the United States now the American School for the Deaf in Hartford, Connecticut.

    The Pawprints of History

  • Although Bell felt that the case had clearly been made for the oralist viewpoint, Gallaudet remained unconvinced and continued to be an advocate of the manualist tradition.

    The Pawprints of History

  • Although Bell felt that the case had clearly been made for the oralist viewpoint, Gallaudet remained unconvinced and continued to be an advocate of the manualist tradition.

    The Pawprints of History

  • To put it simply, Bell felt that the manualist view was wrong because of a dog.

    The Pawprints of History

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