of, relating to, or like Erasmus.
a follower of Erasmus.
- E·ras·mi·an·ism, noun
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How to use Erasmian in a sentence
There are a number of proofs that the Erasmian pronunciation is radically wrong, and that the modern Greek is the correct one.Troy and its Remains | Henry (Heinrich) Schliemann
The reason for the inclusion of the Erasmian essay is never clearly stated in the other sections of the Treatise.A Treatise of Schemes and Tropes | Richard Sherry
Two little notes to Servatius at this time are quite in the usual tone of Erasmian discontent.Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam | Ephraim Emerton
It was a most ticklish commission, and Erasmus' solution of it was more than Erasmian.Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam | Ephraim Emerton
It was the one point in which the Erasmian creed was at fault.The Oxford Reformers | Frederic Seebohm