- a person who specializes in geologic research and study.
Origin of geologist
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Examples from the Web for geologist
My background as a geologist is a major influence on this book, as it is on many of my books.The Man Who Made America: Simone Winchester Talks New Book
October 17, 2013
Bass says he “kind of identifies with” Richard, the geologist who anchors the novel.Faulkner of Oil Country: Rick Bass Talks New Novel
August 22, 2013
The geologist David R. Montgomery set out to write a “straightforward refutation of creationism.”
Geologist David R. Montgomery set out to disprove the Christian creationist account of the great flood.
Nor, Cortazzo said, did he collude with the geologist to rip off Roy.‘Sex Rehab’ Star Duncan Roy’s Jailhouse Blues
March 25, 2012
Not one has been found by a man of high education as a miner or geologist.Hittel on Gold Mines and Mining
John S. Hittell
The geologist distinguishes, and in distinguishing connects them.Modern Painters Volume I (of V)
He regretted that he had not brought his geologist's hammer and botanical wallet with him.The Fortune of the Rougons
I freed myself to speak to the geologist who seemed eager to be on his way.
I may not look quite so forlorn as the geologist did, but I feel it.
Word Origin and History for geologist
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