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Use "sophists" in a sentence
"The sophists were the intellectual men of an age of _humanism_,"
"The chief result of it all was a race of remarkable public orators known as sophists or rhetoricians, wandering academic lecturers on the glories of the past or on commonplaces of philosophy, poetry, and history."
"Even in the verses with which the chorus conclude the play it is insisted that the worst crime of the sophists is their insult to the gods."