Definition of Routinists

1. Noun. (plural of routinist) ¹



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Definition of Routinists

1. routinist [n] - See also: routinist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Routinists

routinely
routineness
routines
routing
routing number
routing numbers
routing slip
routings
routinise
routinised
routinises
routinising
routinism
routinisms
routinist
routinists (current term)
routinization
routinizations
routinize
routinized
routinizes
routinizing
routish
routous
routously
routs
rouvilleite
roux
rouxelite
rouze

Literary usage of Routinists

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1. The School Journal (1895)
"The routinists will tell you that New Educationists want to omit, drive out, ... The attempt of the routinists to say that the effort of the New Educational ..."

2. Surgical memoirs, and other essays by James Gregory Mumford (1908)
"... clearly defined groups among our professional forebears — the routinists and the liberals ; the routinists forming a great and strong conservative body, ..."

3. Surgical Memoirs: And Other Essays by James Gregory Mumford (1908)
"... clearly defined groups among our professional forebears — the routinists and the liberals; the routinists forming a great and strong conservative body, ..."

4. Old and Odd Memories by Lionel Arthur Tollemache (1908)
"Fitzjames Stephen, who had seen more than enough of would-be world-menders among the natives of India, liked doing business with routinists of the ..."

5. Old and Odd Memories by Lionel Arthur Tollemache (1908)
"Fitzjames Stephen, who had seen more than enough of would-be world-menders among the natives of India, liked doing business with routinists of the better ..."

6. Old and Odd Memories by Lionel Arthur Tollemache (1908)
"Fitzjames Stephen, who had seen more than enough of would-be world-menders among the natives of India, liked doing business with routinists of the better ..."

7. Buffalo Medical Journal (1867)
"Many of the theories of that day are long since exploded, and with all intelligent men of the present, have become historic. Such men become mere routinists ..."

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