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Definition of "phytologist" [phy•tol•o•gist]

  • One skilled in phytology; a writer on plants; a botanist. (noun)

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Use "phytologist" in a sentence
  • "To the orthodox zoologist, phytologist and geologist, such a suggestion savoured of madness; they either took refuge in a contemptuous silence, or condescended only to reply: Had one visited the Garden of Eden during Creation, one would have found that, in the morning, man was not, while in the evening he was! — morning and evening bearing their newly established significance of geological epochs."
  • "But the botanist that is desirous of wiping off this aspersion should be by no means content with a list of names; he should study plants philosophically, should investigate the laws of vegetation, should examine the powers and virtues of efficacious herbs, should promote their cultivation; and graft the gardener, the planter, and the husbandman, on the phytologist."
  • "Add the sweeten and maintain to move until gently phytologist almonds - elaborate not to pain!"