Definition of Codists

1. Noun. (plural of codist) ¹



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Definition of Codists

1. codist [n] - See also: codist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Codists

codirections
codirector
codirectors
codirects
codiscover
codiscovered
codiscoverer
codiscoverers
codiscoveries
codiscovering
codiscovers
codiscovery
codisplay
codisplaying
codist
codists (current term)
codiverge
codiverged
codiversification
codlike
codlin
codlin moth
codline
codlines
codling
codling moth
codling moths
codlings
codlins
codlins-and-cream

Literary usage of Codists

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1. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts (1866)
"160^, which professes to state the case of the codists against the anti- codists. I will quote and comment on the Report ..."

2. The Medical World (1885)
"Out of this fight grew the new-codists and no-codists. But I am wandering. What we want to-day more than ever before in our profession is tamest, ..."

3. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign (1902)
"... specific name: what will the Rochester codists say to this ? The volume is, as usual, profusely and admirably illustrated. ..."

4. Jews' College Jubilee Volume by Isidore Harris (1906)
"Such is the reading of all the codists. In my opinion, Rabbi Amram's view, which is that " after one has said D'B-lDS ..."

5. The Hahnemannian Monthly (1893)
"Originally, there was a discussion as to the adoption of the new code of ethio.s, in which the " old codists " were overwhelmingly defeated. ..."

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