a specialist in Latin.
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How to use Latinist in a sentence
But he had left school a good Latinist, and he soon acquired an extensive knowledge of Latin literature.
But, Mr. Landor, you who are so noble a Latinist can never have the patience to instruct such a stumbling scholar.
Not to mention the gift of an easy flowing eloquence that is exceptional at his age, he has become an excellent Latinist.The Pocket Bible or Christian the Printer | Eugne Sue
Davie was a Latinist of decided ability, and he often employed himself in turning the odes of Horace into English.Kentucky in American Letters, v. 1 of 2 | John Wilson Townsend
Schmoll is a Latinist of great learning, and, after Mommsen, the chief epigraphist of the world.The Red Lily, Complete | Anatole France
British Dictionary definitions for Latinist
a person who studies or is proficient in Latin
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