from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as polyglot, 2.


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  • Of a real or pretended polyglottist, who might thus have served as an universal

    English Past and Present

  • Colline's eyes remained riveted on the rope ladder as well as the cage, in which the bird, thawed by the atmosphere of the cafe, began to sing in a language unknown to Colline, who was, however, a polyglottist.

    Bohemians of the Latin Quarter


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