Definitions

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  • noun A biologist who works in xenobiology.

Etymologies

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xeno- +‎ biologist

Examples

  • But then, as Raf had learned through the long voyage of the spacer, a period of time which had left few character traits of any of the crew hidden from their fellows, the xenobiologist was a fatalist and strictly averse to personal combat.

    Star Born

  • But then, as Raf had learned through the long voyage of the spacer, a period of time which had left few character traits of any of the crew hidden from their fellows, the xenobiologist was a fatalist and strictly averse to personal combat.

    Star Born

  • But then, as Raf had learned through the long voyage of the spacer, a period of time which had left few character traits of any of the crew hidden from their fellows, the xenobiologist was a fatalist and strictly averse to personal combat.

    Star Born

  • Personally, I prefer 'xenobiologist', which sounds as though it starts with a z, but is x - e - n - o from a Greek word meaning 'stranger.'

    Banquets of the Black Widowers

  • Truth was, there was not much use for a xenobiologist on Charon.

    365 tomorrows » 2008 » January : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • In it, a clinging media personality runs into a xenobiologist who is a crossbreed of two species.

    Fun with Plot Generators

  • Unable to return to Earth, Mary used her skills and knowledge as a xenobiologist to brew beer and open the Empress.

    Books in the Mail (W/E 05/24/2009)

  • Unable to return to Earth, Mary used her skills and knowledge as a xenobiologist to brew beer and open the Empress.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • I have no idea what it's like to be a xenobiologist or a paleoglaciologist though I did once spend a couple days hitchhiking with a pair of paleoglaciologist on Sakhalin, taking tree cores, but I can open a window on a week in the life of a psychology graduate student.

    This week at the cognition and language lab

  • I have no idea what it's like to be a xenobiologist or a paleoglaciologist though I did once spend a couple days hitchhiking with a pair of paleoglaciologist on Sakhalin, taking tree cores, but I can open a window on a week in the life of a psychology graduate student.

    Archive 2008-01-01

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