diaskeuast

noun di·a·skeu·ast \ˌdīəˈskyüˌast, -ə̇st\
variants: less commonly

diasceuast

\ˌdīəˈskyüˌast, -ə̇st\

Definition of diaskeuast

plural

-s

  1. :  one who makes a revision :  editor

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Origin and Etymology of diaskeuast

Greek diaskeuastēs, from diaskeuazein to make ready, revise, edit, from dia- + skeuazein to make ready, from skeuos vessel, implement — more at skeuomorph


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