When he was at college he formed a union with Varignon, the geometrician.
Into the ground of these axioms the geometrician does not enquire.
My geometrician was a kind of philosophical patriot, who had deigned to chat with me sometimes in my cottage.
One felt that the chief of this barricade was a geometrician or a spectre.
A geometrician attends at the representation of an affecting tragedy.
Do they prove that the Osmia is a geometrician, employing a strict measure based on the length of her body?
Is not the same person best able to speak falsely or to speak truly about diagrams; and he is—the geometrician?
Euclid, the geometrician, lived three centuries before Christ.
The geometrician in the right eye, too much at his ease to question his possibly peevish comrade in the matter, answers the same.
The geometrician proceeds in this manner: he defines the cone, an ideal conception; then he intersects it by a plane.