Davie was a Latinist of decided ability, and he often employed himself in turning the odes of Horace into English.
The method of the Latinist then is essentially one of comparison and contrast.
A swift, weighty style, the style of a Latinist; a classic, not a romantic style.
But they talked even the good Latin so that no Latinist in the world could understand them.
Schmoll is a Latinist of great learning, and, after Mommsen, the chief epigraphist of the world.
Latinist though he was, he did not despise the national literature in spite of its ruggedness.
He was a Latinist, and as I have been told, a bachelor of laws.
But, then, Barlus was such a thorough Latinist that his own language seemed foreign to him.
A porter shot at a chamois and missed it and crippled the Latinist.
But, Mr. Landor, you who are so noble a Latinist can never have the patience to instruct such a stumbling scholar.