Definition of Museologists

1. museologist [n] - See also: museologist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Museologists

musculus zygomaticus
musculus zygomaticus major
musculus zygomaticus minor
muse
musea
museau
mused
museful
museless
museographies
museography
museological
museologically
museologies
museologist
museologists (current term)
museology
museophile
museophiles
muser
musers
muses
muset
musets
musette
musette pipe
musettes
museum
museum piece
museumesque

Literary usage of Museologists

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"find out a new method of arrangement just as if a monkey playing with a typewriter may come out with a new word. museologists should never ..."

2. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by David Brewster (1824)
"It appears to be unknown to the Continental museologists, though found in various parts of our own country. 42. ..."

3. Pierre Eugene DuSimitiere: His American Museum 200 Years After (1985)
"The changing hours and high admission prices reflected the attitude of most museologists both here and in England that the admission of the public was a ..."

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