use polemist in a sentence.
John Milton, England's great 17th century religious poet and political polemist, Milton, the puritan of puritans, writing bawdy poems?
Supreme polemist perhaps, but a bit over the top sometimes.
Another source of inspiration was the Muslim theologian and polemist Ibn Hazm, whose anti-Jewish polemic inspired Ibn Daud's Biblical exegesis.
He was Marx-ian propagandist and polemist-in-chief, but not a revolutionary politician of the proletariat.
As a polemist Gagarin was thorough, and his work as a religious propagandist was of great importance.