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Definition of "physicist" []

  • A scientist who specializes in physics. (noun)
  • A person versed in or studying physics (noun)

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Use "physicist" in a sentence
  • "I imagine that this résumé permits him to assign himself the title physicist, but not in the Robert Oppenheimer/Edward Teller sense of the word."
  • "Sean M Carroll the physicist is the one who resigned blogging heads."
  • "But the physicist is at a disadvantage in this respect on account of the very specialized nature of his work, which cannot be made intelligible without an intensive preliminary course of study."