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Holding or inclined to adopt novel (especially rationalistic) views. Now historical.
A person holding or proposing neologian views; a rationalist, a neologist. Now historical.
Mid 19th century (in an earlier sense). From neology + -ian; compare -logian. With use as noun compare German Neologe. Perhaps compare also French néologien.
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