At last I hinted to him that my grandmother was a herbalist, and a skilful one.
It was between this convent and a herbalist's that the shop transformed into a studio was situated.
Jock Smith, herbalist, shook hands with vivacity but also with self-consciousness.
Gerarde, the great English herbalist, 1597, does not mention them.
Virginia Snake Root fascinates the imagination of the herbalist as mercury used to fascinate the alchemists.
In a rosery of Fetter lane of Gerard, herbalist, he walks, greyedauburn.
For the rest there were the apothecary, the barber and blood-letter, the bone-setter, the herbalist and the wise woman.
There is still another German herbalist of the sixteenth century whose work must not be overlooked.
The herbalist felt the energy of his language and was subdued.
Of the first the herbalist writes, This herbe hathe leves somdele reed lyke unto ye leves of Orage.
herbalist herb·al·ist (ûr'bə-lĭst, hûr'-)
One who grows, collects, or specializes in the use of herbs, especially medicinal herbs.
See herb doctor.