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- n. A person who practices homeopathy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A practitioner of homeopathy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- etc. See homeopath, etc.
- n. Same as homeopathist.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a practitioner of homeopathy
You may have called the homeopath to get rid of that recalcitrant psoriasis, but he keeps talking about whether you kick the covers off at night, how you feel about injustice, or whether your sadness is worse in the morning.
At first she was suspicious, surprised at the "shabbiness of the house, not to say it was dirty, you know, just not what we really expect from a doctor's house," and, unfamiliar with the word homeopath on the diplomas he showed her, she looked it up in the dictionary.
Is it that the homeopath is the authority and the patient dare not question, which is what I tend to hear when I ask specific questions?
The Musical; and John Melnychuk, whose expertise as a homeopath was the subject of the book The Impossible Cure.
Holliday, the South Harniss "homeopath," who had been up to a Boston hospital with a patient and was returning home.
I chose to do a relatively minor change in this section because I knew that it would be inaccurate to call him a "homeopath" or a "former homeopath" because there is no record of him being certified or licensed as a homeopath.
I previously deleted reference to Ernst being a "homeopath" because there is no evidence that he was formally trained in it.
Or do we accept scientifically proven points of view given by doctors who have spent years of hard work studying for their qualifications outweigh the ones of people who have... uh... how do you become an astrologer or homeopath?
Then my homeopath suggested I stop drinking wine, something I had been doing every night for years.
It must sound awfully naive for a therapist and homeopath to be so surprised by death.