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Use "chemist" in a sentence
"In professional circles I blunder through calling somebody a chemist is almost as insulting as calling them a butcher ......"
"The chemist is the successor to the alchemist; and in Wales we still call a chemist"
"But now there is an observer whose methods of observation are more refined than those of men who use their eye, even though it be aided by the microscope; a man who sees indirectly further than we can see directly — that is, the chemist; and the chemist took up this question, and his discovery was not less remarkable than that of the microscopist."