Definition of Grammarians:
Opposite/Antonyms of Grammarians:
Sentence/Example of Grammarians:
What a nice grammarian a woman had need to be, who would live well with a husband inferior to her in understanding!
This long passage has a good many difficulties of detail, for the grammarian and the textual critic.
A woman-grammarian, who corrects her husband for speaking false Latin, which is called breaking Priscian's head.
Pere Bouhours was a French grammarian, who had been justly accused of paying too scrupulous an attention to the minuti of letters.
Abraham is best known as a grammarian and Biblical commentator, particularly the latter, though his versatility is remarkable.
And so he, too, the grammarian and philologist, succumbed to the allegorical and symbolical method he condemned.
You are too good a transcriber not to have some little smattering of the grammarian.
In the second definition of the sentence, as "uniting a subject and a predicate," the grammarian falls back on pure subjectivity.
Père Bohours was a French grammarian, who had been justly accused of paying too scrupulous an attention to the minutiæ of letters.
Three things he held in special horror: the mendicant friars, Lilly the grammarian, and Cardinal Wolsey.