Definition of Geognosts

1. Noun. (plural of geognost) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Geognosts

1. geognost [n] - See also: geognost

Lexicographical Neighbors of Geognosts

geofence
geofences
geofluid
geofluids
geoforensics
geog
geogenies
geogeny
geoglyph
geoglyphs
geognosies
geognosis
geognost
geognostic
geognostical
geognosts (current term)
geognosy
geogonic
geogonical
geogonies
geogony
geographer
geographers
geographic
geographic North Pole
geographic area
geographic choroidopathy
geographic expedition
geographic information science
geographic information system

Literary usage of Geognosts

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

1. Ten Lectures on the Philosophy of the Mosaic Record of Creation, Delivered by James Kennedy-Bailie (1827)
"... are stated on the authority of some geognosts of eminence, as also to the Theory of Revolutions, founded by the Baron Cuvier on bis study of the ..."

2. The Founders of Geology by Archibald Geikie (1901)
"1 The geognosts boasted of the minuteness and precision of their master's system, ... The very point to be proved was taken for granted, and the geognosts, ..."

3. The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts by John White Webster, John Ware, Daniel Treadwell (1826)
"It is lucky, however, that it is approved of by the geognosts; and really there is such an affinity, and a harmony, between the two categories of ..."

4. The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts by John White Webster, John Ware, Daniel Treadwell (1825)
"The geognosts who have travelled over the most remote countries, have not only met in the two hemispheres with the same simple substances, quartz, felspar, ..."

5. A Geognostical Essay on the Superposition of Rocks in Both Hemispheres by Alexander von Humboldt (1823)
"Many celebrated geognosts (MM. de Buch and Buckland) are of the same opinion ; but it must ... These veins are considered by some geognosts, and perhaps too ..."

6. The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1824)
"The English geognosts look upon the continent for their lias and red marl ... and many geognosts have formed the same opinion, that the Jura limestone ..."

7. New Theory of the Formation of Veins: With Its Application to the Art of by Abraham Gottlob Werner (1809)
"It will not be, till well informed and skilful geognosts shall have made correct observations, continued for many years, in different countries, ..."

8. A Comparative Estimate of the Mineral and Mosaical Geologies by Granville Penn (1825)
"Now, to " con- " elude," upon the only ground which these " distinguished geognosts " can have possessed, that because sedimentary rocks are seen to rest ..."

Other Resources:

Search for Geognosts on Dictionary.com!Search for Geognosts on Thesaurus.com!Search for Geognosts on Google!Search for Geognosts on Wikipedia!

Search