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- n. A practitioner of allopathy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who practices allopathy; one who professes allopathy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who practises medicine according to the principles and rules of allopathy; an allopath.
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"He is better, then, sir?" said Helen, creeping to the allopathist.
The homeopathist drew away Helen; the allopathist seated himself by the bedside and put his questions, felt the pulse, sounded the lungs, and looked at the tongue of the patient.
The patients, taking soon after their two hours 'exercise, made their jokes on the battle between the two systems, seeing the allopathist
If he thinks himself too good to consult with another doctor, and a lady at that, merely because she doesn't happen to be allopathist, he can go along!
"Because he is an allopathist and I am a homoeopathist."
Rashe regarded a murderous allopathist as near akin to an executioner, and only bewailed the want of her minikin doses.
Mrs. King, allopathist, and Mrs. Hortz, homeopathist, are regular graduates in good practice at Des Moines.
Dr. Harding, electrician, and Dr. Hilton, allopathist, also graduates, have all the practice they can attend to in Council Bluffs.
M. Andral, the "eminent and very enlightened allopathist" of the
The homoeopathist drew away Helen; the allopathist seated himself by the bedside and put his questions, felt the pulse, sounded the lungs, and looked at the tongue of the patient.
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