[ kol-it ]
/ ˈkɒl ɪt /
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John, 1467?–1519, English educator and clergyman.
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Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, Coleridge-Taylor, coleseed, coleslaw, colestipol, Colet, coletit, Colette, coleus, colewort, coley
Other definitions for Colet (2 of 2)
(in prescriptions) let it be strained.
Origin of colet.
From the Latin word colētur
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How to use Colet in a sentence
Dean Colet's mother appears to have been much more than merely the conventional hostess.Catholic Churchmen in Science|James J. Walsh
Mr. Lupton has done much to increase our scanty knowledge of Colet by his recent editions of several of his works.
Warham extended to him as generous an aid as the protection he had afforded to Colet.
In England Colet and More echoed with greater reserve the scorn and invective of their friends.
He himself, it appears, had come to have some respect for Aquinas and had made various attempts to draw out Colet on the subject.Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam|Ephraim Emerton
British Dictionary definitions for Colet
/ (ˈkɒlɪt) /
John. ?1467–1519, English humanist and theologian; founder of St Paul's School, London (1509)
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