But to infer that he is a Hellenist, to whom the matter had all the charm of novelty, would be very precarious.
This the poet received with an enthusiastic letter of thanks, at the same time confessing his insufficiency as a Hellenist.
Instead of this, as far as I remember, that abject Hellenist says nothing at all.
Hellenist′ic, -al, pertaining to the Hellenists: pertaining to Greek with foreign, esp.
The Emperor, surrounded by his Hellenist friends, had just appeared there.
Not only for Hellenist pilgrims, but for all, to whatever profession of faith they may belong.
Against those who mourn his loss as the Hellenist the Greeks, are some of our most practical men.
Hebilthwayte waited on him to the door, and the Hellenist departed sad and desponding.
Indeed, this latter book was written in Greek, in Alexandria, the centre of Hellenist government.
The Hellenist menace had not yet disappeared, though Jason and Menelaus, its fathers, were now both dead.