Definition of Aquarists

1. Noun. (plural of aquarist) ¹



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Definition of Aquarists

1. aquarist [n] - See also: aquarist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aquarists

aquaplaning
aquaponics
aquaporins
aquapuncture
aquarelle
aquarelles
aquarellist
aquarellists
aquaria
aquarial
aquarian
aquarians
aquariology
aquarist
aquarists
aquarium
aquariumlike
aquariums
aquarius
aquas
aquascape
aquascapes
aquaspinning
aquastat
aquastats
aquated
aquathlon
aquathlons
aquatic

Literary usage of Aquarists

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1. The Freshwater Aquarium and Its Inhabitants: Guide for the Amateur Aquarist by Otto Eggeling, Frederick Ehrenberg (1912)
"Many aquarists prefer a fine Comet tail to any of the other fancy ... They are often beautifully colored and in great demand by such aquarists as are able ..."

2. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1894)
"NY, The Baker & Taylor Co, [1894.] c. 9 + 114 p. il. 8. cl.,|L [1530 A collection of simply-expressed suggestions to amateur aquarists. ..."

3. The U. S. Coal Industry, 1970-1990: Two Decades of ChangeTechnol (1992)
"Professional aquarists at Scripps Aquarium, Steinhart Aquarium, and other institutions have also demonstrated that many other species that have not yet been ..."

4. Annual Report of the New York Zoological Society by New York Zoological Society (1905)
"These data, together with subsequent notes by the pathologist on each specimen, will, it is believed, constitute a record of value to aquarists, and lead to ..."

5. The Shell Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Families of Living by Julia Ellen Rogers (1908)
"The "Fontinalis"' of aquarists (Antipyretica fontinalis) is a feathery moss-like plant that grows on decayed logs or on stones in the beds of streams or by ..."

6. Turning Up the Heat: How Global Warming Threatens Life in the Sea by Amy Mathews-Amos, Ewann Agenbroad Berntson (1999)
"... aquarists, geneticists, and organismal, ecological, and evolutionary biologists to examine the variety of evidence addressing corals, reefs, ..."

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