Definition of Stylists

1. Noun. (plural of stylist) ¹



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Definition of Stylists

1. stylist [n] - See also: stylist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stylists

stylise
stylised
styliser
stylisers
stylises
stylish
stylishly
stylishness
stylishnesses
stylising
stylism
stylist
stylistic
stylistically
stylistics
stylists (current term)
stylite
stylites
stylitic
stylitism
stylitisms
stylization
stylizations
stylize
stylized
stylizer
stylizers
stylizes
stylizing
styll

Literary usage of Stylists

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1. History of the Jews in America: From the Period of the Discovery of the New by Peter Wiernik (1912)
"... Yiddish stylists— The plight of the Hebraists. Any attempt to give even the merest outline of the history of the labor movement among the immigrant Jews ..."

2. History of the Jews in America: From the Period of the Discovery of the New by Peter Wiernik (1912)
"... the press and teach the rudiments of politics—The voter —The "Heften"—Neo-Hebrew periodicals—The Yiddish stylists— The plight of the Hebraists. ..."

3. History of the Jews in America: From the Period of the Discovery of the New by Peter Wiernik (1912)
"... the press and teach the rudiments of politics—The voter —The "Heften"—Neo-Hebrew periodicals—The Yiddish stylists— The plight of the Hebraists. ..."

4. Essays on Educational Reformers by Robert Hebert Quick (1890)
"stylists: words for themselves. a thorough understanding of the ancient writings and of the old world, but to an attempted reproduction of the ancient ..."

5. Essays on Educational Reformers by Robert Hebert Quick (1890)
"stylists: words for themselves. a thorough understanding of the ancient writings and of the old world, but to an attempted reproduction of the ancient ..."

6. Essays on Educational Reformers by Robert Hebert Quick (1890)
"stylists: words for themselves. a thorough understanding of the ancient writings and of the old world, but to an attempted reproduction of the ancient ..."

7. Essays on Educational Reformers by Robert Hebert Quick (1890)
"In marking these tendencies at the Renascence, we must remember that though distinguished by their tendencies, these Scholars, Verbal Realists, and stylists ..."

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