Origin of chemist
Examples from the Web for chemist
The new Research Institute set features an all-female cast: a paleontologist, astronomer, and chemist.Why It Took LEGO So Long to Get the Memo: Girls Like Science, Too|Samantha Allen|August 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The other, Sophie Berthelot, was allowed in so she could repose in aeternum next to her spouse, the chemist Marcellin.
As a cook, you are a chemist and you are a physicist and you are a cultural historian all at once.It’s the End of the World Unless We All Start Cooking|Rachel Khong|April 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
After serving in two world wars and entering middle age, he moved to Switzerland and befriended a chemist named Albert Hofmann.
In an odd coincidence, a Japanese chemist first synthesized methamphetamine in the 1890s.
It was invented by van Helmont, a Belgian chemist, who died in 1644.Pioneers of Science|Oliver Lodge
He went into the chemist's for a bromide; and, while the man was mixing it, stood resting one foot like a tired horse.Five Tales|John Galsworthy
It was the joke of the place that if a German chemist arrived, all business was paralyzed until his secret was seized.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 11 (of 14)|Elbert Hubbard
Dr. Willis was a friend of Wren, and a great anatomist and chemist.Haunted London|Walter Thornbury
"As a matter of fact, I do believe that to be the case," said the Chemist earnestly.The Girl in the Golden Atom|Raymond King Cummings
British Dictionary definitions for chemist
Word Origin for chemist
Word Origin and History for chemist
1560s, chymist, "alchemist," from Middle French chimiste, from Medieval Latin chimista, reduced from alchimista (see alchemy). Modern spelling is from c.1790. Meaning "chemical scientist" is from 1620s; meaning "dealer in medicinal drugs" (mostly in British English) is from 1745.