noun, plural pa·le·on·tol·o·gies for 2.
Origin of paleontology
Examples from the Web for paleontologist
The new Research Institute set features an all-female cast: a paleontologist, astronomer, and chemist.Why It Took LEGO So Long to Get the Memo: Girls Like Science, Too|Samantha Allen|August 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As a paleontologist, he obviously understands the public fascination with dinosaurs and their remains.Stopping the Million-Dollar Fossil Thieves: Illegal Trade Meets World of Insatiable Research|Scott Bixby|June 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His partner in this adventure is Dr. Violet Hurst, a sexy, tart-tongued, paleontologist.
The father, Jonathan, a paleontologist at the University of Chicago, experiences seizures at the sight of a cloud.
He then proceeds to theorize, hand in hand with the paleontologist, or student of ancient life.Unexplored!|Allen Chaffee
My good friend the paleontologist is in greater danger than he realizes, when he leaves descriptions and attempts explanation.A Critique of the Theory of Evolution|Thomas Hunt Morgan
The paleontologist removed the confounded monocle from his eye, and wiped the lens with a bit of chamois skin.The Book of Gud|Dan Spain
It is a desert to the agriculturist, a mine to the paleontologist, and a paradise to the artist.Canyons of the Colorado|J. W. Powell
Pottery is to the archæologist what characteristic fossils are to the paleontologist.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler
Word Origin and History for paleontologist (1 of 2)
Science definitions for paleontologist
Culture definitions for paleontologist
The study of ancient life forms, particularly as they are seen in fossils.