Cas"u*ist (?), n. [L. casus fall, case; cf. F. casuiste. See Casual.]

One who is skilled in, or given to, casuistry.

The judment of any casuist or learned divine concerning the state of a man's soul, is not sufficient to give him confidence. South.

 

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Cas"u*ist, v. i.

To play the casuist.

Milton.

 

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