The improver of natural knowledge absolutely refuses to acknowledge authority, as such.
He was the improver of that noble instrument the Orrery, which, in honour of him, was called after his name.
Young Mr. Mowat, son of my old friend, is an improver, and a moderate one.
Perhaps he muttered this interrogatory in the spirit of an improver and adorner of nature.
Sheridan, as an improver of the language, stands among the first writers of the British nation, and deservedly.
The improver has sought to increase the width of the red ring.
On the left of the latter stands an improver of gardens, drawn also from the life, offering a plan for that purpose.
It is peculiarly valuable as a fertilizer and as an improver of soils.
That night there was blank dismay in every Avonlea house where an improver lived.
There's an intermediate stage, what we engineers call being 'an improver,' in a man's life.