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How to use dialectician in a sentence
We can argue about things like rodeo, and we do, but I’m a good enough teacher and dialectician that I get them to see it in their terms.He Did Right by Animals. And Didn’t Take Bull from Anyone. - Issue 109: Excavation | Brandon Keim | December 15, 2021 | Nautilus
He was not a dialectician, but a moralist, and as such takes the highest ground of all the old inquirers after truth.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I | John Lord
To a dialectician of any parts the fatal association of whales and Wales would be child's play.Adventures and Enthusiasms | E. V. Lucas
They can be affixed only by the skilled lawgiver, and appreciated only by the skilled dialectician.
Spencer often exaggerates or extenuates with reference to his facts, and uses the arts of the dialectician where argument fails.The Story of the Earth and Man | J. W. Dawson
With the subtlest dialectician's skill, Bayle merely opposes reason and faith.The Anglo-French Entente in the Seventeenth Century | Charles Bastide