Definition of Bibliotists

1. bibliotist [n] - See also: bibliotist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bibliotists

bibliotheca
bibliothecae
bibliothecal
bibliothecarial
bibliothecaries
bibliothecary
bibliothecas
bibliothecs
bibliotheke
bibliothekes
bibliotherapies
bibliotherapy
bibliotic
bibliotics
bibliotist
bibliotists (current term)
biblist
biblists
bibovine
bibracteate
bibs
bibulate
bibulosity
bibulous
bibulously
bibulousness
bibulousnesses
bicalcarate
bicallous
bicameral

Literary usage of Bibliotists

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1. The Miscellaneous Writings of Joseph Story by Joseph Story (1852)
"... mentioned in the statutes, consisted of a master and fourteen fellows, sometimes called perpetual scholars, eight poor scholars, and two bibliotists. ..."

2. The Miscellaneous Writings: Literary, Critical, Juridical, and Political of by Joseph Story (1835)
"... poor scholars, and two bibliotists. There had been other fellowships and scholarships annexed at different times and by different benefactors ..."

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