- n. alternative spelling of homeopath.
- n. a practitioner of homeopathy
- Transliteration of German Homöopath (Wiktionary)
“I am a qualified homoeopath, although it is illegal for me to practise in France as I am not a Doctor!!!”
“I am a qualified homoeopath, although it is illegal for me to practise in France as I am not a Doctor!”
“Majumdar was also an internationally renowned homoeopath (Parishad, 2001), and wrote the biography of Keshub Chandra Sen (Burton, 1998: 38).”
“We took him to a homoeopath after midnight but he collapsed and died there.”
“But she ate nothing, -- indeed, for a day or two she had not eaten, -- and after breakfast she grew faint, and then more flushed than ever; seemed likely to have a hard run of fever; and I sent for my doctor, -- a homoeopath.”
“I had had a consultation one day with the famous homoeopath, Dr. Zwanzig; and as we walked away we were busily discussing the case of a poor consumptive fellow who had previously lost”
“You are a homoeopath in theory and an allopath in practice.”
“You are a homoeopath, I observe," said I, with a sneer.”
“Are you a homoeopath?" he said, suddenly, rising to his full and immense stature and looking down with eagerness on Warkworth.”
“He moved his arm towards the young homoeopath, who injected strychnine.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘homoeopath’.
All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
Looking for tweets for homoeopath.