Sialis

NOUN
  1. type genus of the Sialidae
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  • A dandy, a wit, an inveterate controversialist, he conducted a series of campaigns against the public and critics in the form of pamphlets, annotated exhibition catalogues, and letters to the press.
  • Dancing around adversaries who had thought him just an impertinent youngster, he proved a formidable controversialist. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was obliged to become controversialist, jurist, exegetist, and theologian. The Life of Jesus
  • Of course I'm a professional controversialist but, once my copy is filed, I'm invariably the person at any gathering murmuring, ‘Oh, let's just agree to disagree!’
  • But they are all in agreement that he is not a simple controversialist just for the sake of it.
  • In 1906, Catholic controversialist Hilaire Belloc was running for a seat in the British House of Commons.
  • Yet neither public policymakers nor the controversialists who harass them can reasonably expect to enter a new year without making some kind of assessment of what the next 12 months may hold.
  • There is something about the Hitchens family that breeds controversialists with deft pens.
  • He's a shameless controversialist, although he rejects the tag. Times, Sunday Times
  • He liked to describe himself as a controversialist rather than a theologian. Times, Sunday Times
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