Definition of Herbalists

1. Noun. (plural of herbalist) ¹



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Definition of Herbalists

1. herbalist [n] - See also: herbalist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Herbalists

herbaceousness
herbage
herbaged
herbages
herbal
herbal medicine
herbal supplement
herbal supplements
herbal tea
herbal teas
herbal therapy
herbalism
herbalisms
herbalist
herbalistic
herbalists (current term)
herball
herbals
herbar
herbaria
herbarial
herbarian
herbarians
herbaries
herbarist
herbarists
herbarium
herbariums
herbarize
herbarized

Literary usage of Herbalists

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1. English Wayfaring Life in the Middle Ages (XIVth Century) by Jean Jules Jusserand (1891)
"CHAPTER I. herbalists, CHARLATAN'S, MINSTRELS, JUGGLERS, ANC TUMBLERS. T folks HE most popular of all the wanderers were naturally the cheerfullest, ..."

2. The Shakespeare Garden by Esther Singleton (1922)
"THE CURIOUS KNOTTED GARDEN" Flower Lovers and herbalists THE Elizabethan flower garden as an independent garden came into existence about 1595. ..."

3. The Treasury of Botany: A Popular Dictionary of the Vegetable Kingdom; with by John Lindley (1866)
"They liad once the reputa-, tion of being aphrodisiac, arising from a ! false notion as to their origin, and they are | still kept by the herbalists in ..."

4. Among the Spanish People by Hugh James Rose (1877)
"SPANISH HERBS AND herbalists. SPANIARDS are great believers, and not merely those of the ... The Moors were exceedingly skilful herbalists, and in that, ..."

5. Choice Notes from "Notes and Queries": Folk Lore (1859)
"... were shrewd herbalists. They were generally the physicians of their neighbourhood, and the names and uses of the simples used by them survive the ruin ..."

6. The Science of Life: An Outline of the History of Biology and Its Recent by John Arthur Thomson (1899)
"... have been slowly endeavouring to correct. Chapter III. Classification of Plants. Ancient Classification—Mediaval Mysticism—The herbalists—Cesal- ..."

7. Among the Spanish People by Hugh James Rose (1877)
"The Moors were exceedingly skilful herbalists, and in that, as in every other branch of knowledge, they knew how to turn the natural resources of the ..."

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