Definition of Anglists
1. anglist [n] - See also: anglist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anglists
Literary usage of Anglists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Otia Merseiana by University of Manchester University College, Liverpool, University of Liverpool Faculty of Arts (1901)
"... to which all anglists must be looking forward with great interest, we shall have some valuable contributions to our knowledge of the extent and nature ..."
2. Englische Studien: Organ für englische Philologie unter Mitberücksichtigung by Eugen Kölbing (1905)
"Now, however, this seems to be in a fair way of becoming otherwise, and anglists — to borrow that very convenient name for 'students of English' — should ..."
3. Taalstudie (1888)
"Though in the sequel 1 shall be found to differ with the Nestor of anglists as regards some of the inferences to be drawn from the facts he has so ..."