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  • n. A person who is skilled at geology.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One versed in the science of geology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who is versed in the science or engaged in the study of geology; specifically, one employed in the investigation or exposition of the structure of the earth, or any part of it: as, the geologist of an exploring expedition; a state geologist.

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  • n. a specialist in geology


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geology +‎ -ist


  • And a geologist is not truly a scientist unless he practices science instead of just finding rocks.

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  • Anthony's defense team also called a geologist, toxicologist and fiber analyst — all from the FBI— as witnesses on Day 25 of the trial, which was only a half-day because of a prior commitment for Judge Belvin Perry.

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  • He needed to call a geologist to be sure, but Price immediately suspected the truly astonishing implications: that the violent and devastating earthquakes that rocked the New Madrid area for two years, starting in 1811, were not a singular event.

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  • Guyot was at that time forty years old, and was already widely known as a geologist and naturalist, and the delivery of a series of lectures before the Lowell Institute, established his reputation in this country.

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  • The geologist is the interpreter of the records of the rocks.

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  • To him, indeed, that future, as well as the past and the present, are alike matter for meditation: for the geologist is the most satisfactory of antiquarians, the most interesting of philosophers, and the most inspired of prophets; demonstrating that which has past by discovery, that which is occurring by observation, and that which is to come by induction.

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  • Of these, the only one adequately known to the geologist is the gorgeous flora of the Coal Measures, -- probably the richest, in at least individual plants, which the world has yet seen.

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  • A geologist is a member of an accepted field of study, with defined expertise, grounded on a specified set of courses in graduate / postgraduate study.

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  • I am a geologist, that is one of the things thI am a geologist, that is one of the things that I do for a living.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • I am a geologist, that is one of the things that I do for a living.

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