Definition of Linguistic scientist
1. Noun. A specialist in linguistics.
Specialized synonyms: Computational Linguist, Grammarian, Syntactician, Hebraist, Lexicographer, Lexicologist, Neurolinguist, Phonetician, Phonologist, Psycholinguist, Semanticist, Semiotician, Sociolinguist
Generic synonyms: Scientist
Specialized synonyms: Bloomfield, Leonard Bloomfield, A. Noam Chomsky, Chomsky, Noam Chomsky, De Saussure, Ferdinand De Saussure, Saussure, Firth, J. R. Firth, John Rupert Firth, Grimm, Jakob Grimm, Jakob Ludwig Karl Grimm, Jakobson, Roman Jakobson, Roman Osipovich Jakobson, Jens Otto Harry Jespersen, Jespersen, Otto Jespersen, Edward Sapir, Sapir
Derivative terms: Linguistic, Linguistics, Linguistics
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Literary usage of Linguistic scientist
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1. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"If the linguistic scientist found the whole world writing and speaking so, that would only mean that a noble distinction, hard to replace, had been lost —IA ..."
2. Information Engineering: Identification of Influential Technologies, Impact by Uday Phadke, Paul Ormerod, Christopher Coggill, Kaush Kotak (1997)
"... and the notion of "grammaticality", strongly influenced for the last 30 years by the linguistic scientist Noam Chomsky. For all the common sense in this ..."