EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

contextual +‎ -ist

AdjectiveEdit

contextualist (comparative more contextualist, superlative most contextualist)

  1. Of, pertaining to, or supporting contextualism

NounEdit

contextualist (plural contextualists)

  1. A proponent of contextualism, or the importance of context
    • 2007 April 29, Christopher Gray, “A Man Who Minds His P’s and Q’s”, in New York Times[1]:
      He is more of a contextualist, believing that “letters are fluid, that they change with time and circumstance — the entire word is more important than a single letter, and its form can fluctuate.”