Definition of cereologist in English:

cereologist

noun

  • See cereology

    • ‘They call themselves cereologists, the motley collection of pseudo-scientists, paranormalists and unfulfilled naïfs who have suddenly been thrust into the spotlight by the new movie ‘Signs.’’
    • ‘While the relationship between crop artists and cereologists is uneasy, the relationship between artists and farmers is mutually beneficial.’
    • ‘By the end of the 1980s books on the crop circle phenomenon had begun to spring up as well, and soon circles-mystery enthusiasts were being dubbed cereologists (after Ceres, the Roman goddess of vegetation).’
    • ‘Serious enthusiasts call themselves cereologists, after Ceres, the Roman goddess of agriculture.’

Pronunciation

cereologist

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