anatomist

[uh-nat-uh-mist]
noun
1.
a specialist in anatomy.
2.
a person who analyzes all the parts or elements of something with particular care: an anatomist of public-school systems and their problems.

Origin:
1560–70; anatom(y) + -ist or < Middle French anatomiste

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anatomist (əˈnætəmɪst)
 
n
an expert in anatomy

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anatomist a·nat·o·mist (ə-nāt'ə-mĭst)
n.
An expert in or a student of anatomy.

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Example sentences
He wrote that a good anatomist should not take any facts for granted, but rather use his own senses to ascertain the truth.
She supported him initially, but as an anatomist she had no real interest in his work.
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