He rewrote the book, adding more than a third, suppressing viator, and introducing Venator.
Jean Plerin, also known as viator, who wrote on perspective.
viator ate in silence, occasionally startling his companion by wild plunges across the table, knife in hand.
Voyages in China by "viator" (recovered with brown paper, red ink title).
Wake siah memloose,—not long dead was the builder, and viator might camp here unquestioned.
Drusus accompanied his friend, the tribune Antonius, as the latter's viator, for there was need of a trusty guard.
Then viator (though it sounds all right) is doubtful; it has too much, perhaps, the sense of wayfarer?
The men who rowed viator's caique told him that they were the souls of the damned, condemned to perpetual motion.
It was also introduced into the Margarita Philosophica of 1815, in the same appendix with the new perspective from viator.
In six weeks he was back again at Trieste and so ended viator's 375 last expedition.