natural scientist

  1. a biologist knowledgeable about natural history (especially botany and zoology)
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use natural scientist In A Sentence

  • But they admit individual agents only on the terms on which a natural scientist admits individual and particular objects.
  • Natural science managers usually start as a chemist, physicist, biologist, or other natural scientist.
  • Decare was a famous natural scientist and mathematician of France, and he also was one of the creative men in modem western philosophy.
  • As evolutionary theory became more widely accepted, natural scientists speculated that the cells of complex organisms might be the descendants of unicellular ancestors, retaining considerable autonomy.
  • The natural scientist and the thinker first realized that the seriousness of the problem, they actively promoted environmental protection; John Muir is one of them.
  • When a natural scientist proposes to test the boiling point of water, there are few, if any semantic problems involved.
  • Natural scientists in general, and biologists in particular, often adopt some version of the Cartesian presumption that nonhuman animals are insensate machines made of meat.
  • The job of the natural scientist is to observe, measure, and then explain that reaction.
  • The provost was a former natural scientist, and he greeted me with a mournful countenance. THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND
  • Mathematicians don't do experiments the way chemists or biologists or other ‘natural scientists’ do.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy