Definition of Selenologists

1. Noun. (plural of selenologist) ¹

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Definition of Selenologists

1. selenologist [n] - See also: selenologist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Selenologists

selenographist
selenographists
selenographs
selenography
selenoid
selenoids
selenoketone
selenoketones
selenol
selenolate
selenolates
selenolatry
selenological
selenologies
selenologist
selenologists (current term)
selenology
selenols
selenomancy
selenometalate
selenometalates
selenometallate
selenometallates
selenomethionine
selenomethionines
selenomethionyl
selenomethionyls
selenone
selenones
selenonic

Literary usage of Selenologists

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1. The Origin and Economy of Energy in the Universe by Israel Kaufman (1903)
"As to the question whether any volcanic activity is at present going on on the moon—the concensus of opinion of competent and able selenologists is in the ..."

2. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1921)
"brought out by these photographs, and the structure rendered visible by the aid of the stereoscope, should make them of considerable value to selenologists. ..."

3. A Ribbon of Iron by Annette M. B. Meakin (1901)
"... the winter months he had had exceptional opportunities for studying the moon's surface. selenologists have been much interested in these observations. ..."

4. The Intellectual Observer (1868)
"... into two branches, and the latter, on the E. side, are iu part separated by distinct ravines ; a fact which deserves the attention of selenologists, ..."

5. The Moon in Modern Astronomy: Summary of Twenty Years Selenographic Work by Philipp Fauth, Joseph McCabe, John Ellard Gore (1909)
"Thus the failures of selenologists teach us that it is impossible to read the hieroglyphics of the moon with any of the hypotheses as yet offered to us. ..."

6. The Moon: A Full Description and Map of Its Principal Physical Features by Thomas Gwyn Elger (1895)
"It has been held by some selenologists—and Schmidt appears to be of the number, —that, seeing the comparative scarcity of large ring-plains and other ..."

7. From Nebula to Nebula: Being an Expansion of the Principle of Universal by George Henry Lepper (1912)
"... of the curious transformations of the great crater Linnaeus, whose vicissitudes have been the subject of so many controversies between selenologists. ..."

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