Definition of Miscellanists

1. miscellanist [n] - See also: miscellanist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Miscellanists

miscegenations
miscegenative
miscegenic
miscegenistic
miscegens
miscegeny
miscellanarian
miscellanea
miscellaneous
miscellaneously
miscellaneum
miscellanies
miscellanist
miscellanists (current term)
miscellany
miscensure
miscensured
miscensures
miscensuring
misch metal
mischan
mischance
mischanceful
mischances
mischannel
mischanneled
mischanneling
mischannelled

Literary usage of Miscellanists

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1. A History of English Prosody from the Twelfth Century to the Present Day by George Saintsbury (1906)
"... AND SPENSER Constituents — Predominance of the fourteener—Googe— H1s snapped verses—Turberville—Tusser—Gascoigne—The later miscellanists—The translators ..."

2. Curiosities of Literature by Isaac Disraeli (1835)
"Before the miscellanists rose, learning was the solitary enjoy r ent of the insulated learned ; they spoke a language of their own ; and they lived in a ..."

3. Miscellanies of Literature by Isaac Disraeli, James (1853)
"I consider these as the miscellanists of their day ; they had their grave moralities, their tragical histories, and their sportive tales ; their verse and ..."

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