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Fra·zer

 (frā′zər), Sir James George 1854-1941.
British anthropologist who examined the importance of magic, religion, and science to the development of human thought in The Golden Bough (1890).

Frazer

(ˈfreɪzə)
n
(Biography) Sir James George. 1854–1941, Scottish anthropologist; author of many works on primitive religion, and magic, esp The Golden Bough (1890)

Fra•zer

(ˈfreɪ zər)

n.
Sir James George, 1854–1941, Scottish anthropologist.
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Noun1.Frazer - English social anthropologist noted for studies of primitive religion and magic (1854-1941)Frazer - English social anthropologist noted for studies of primitive religion and magic (1854-1941)