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The botanist had turned against the sanctuary, and had rambled to himself about the seaplane and the albatross, confusing them in his mind. RUSHING TO PARADISE (1999)Her sharp voice and its open lack of sympathy quelled the bedridden botanist. RUSHING TO PARADISE (1999)He's a botanist, interested in this sort of thing -- and he's read about the Marquess of Bute's trials. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE (1999)
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Used Occasionally. botanist is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: botanist NOUN
A botanist is a scientist who studies plants.
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