an expert in history, literature, philosophy, etc.
a person who is greatly attracted to the art, culture, spirit, etc., of the Middle Ages.
To exclusively view the haredim through a “medievalist” lens cannot get one very far.
Spare a Thought for Bibi’s Medievalists Daniel Levy September 27, 2012
Tragically, the medievalist Subreddit also never seems to address that tricky issue of serfdom—pro or con?
Five Subreddits You May Have Missed, and Probably Still Should Give a Miss Kelly Williams Brown April 4, 2014
Yet I will venture to make even of these trivial fragments the high boast that I am a medievalist and not a modern.
Alarms and Discursions G. K. Chesterton
Associated words: medieval, medievalism, medievalist, medievals.
Putnam’s Word Book Louis A. Flemming
a student or devotee of the Middle Ages
1847, “proponent of medieval styles,” from medieval + -ist. From 1882 as “one versed in the history of the Middle Ages.”
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pertaining to or of the nature of metaphysics. Philosophy. concerned with abstract thought or subjects, as existence, causality, or truth. concerned with first principles and ultimate grounds, as being, time, or substance. highly abstract, subtle, or abstruse. designating or pertaining to the poetry of an early group of 17th-century English poets, notably John Donne, whose […]
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