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  • noun Plural form of theologaster.


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  • Steele, who was perhaps not very well acquainted with the history of literature, should have misconceived the nature of the publication, when we learn from an epistle of Sir Thomas More to Erasmus, that some of the stupid theologasters themselves, who were held up to ridicule, received it with approbation as a serious work:

    Notes and Queries, Number 38, July 20, 1850

  • I am speaking merely of the theologasters of our own time, whose brains are the rottenest, intellects the dullest, doctrines the thorniest, manners the brutalest, life the foulest, speech the spitefulest, hearts the blackest, that I have ever encountered in the world.

    The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Vol. VIII (of X) - Continental Europe II.


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