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  • n. Plural form of homeopathist.

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Examples

  • For even more evidence that homeopathists understand nothing of chemistry, here is another mind-busting statement from the pulsatilla site:

    Nightmare Advice on Allergies

  • Just like the homeopathists, who pretend to have found cures that are beyond mainstream medicine.

    David Horton: Superagnosticman III: Dark Matter

  • When the doctors inoculate you and the homeopathists dose you, they give you an infinitesimally attenuated dose.

    Back to Methuselah

  • In vain I told her we were homeopathists, and afraid of everything in the animal, vegetable, or mineral kingdoms lower than the two-hundredth dilution.

    Eighty Years and More: Reminiscences 1815-1897

  • The doctor's theory, that every disease can be cured by the use of the appropriate poison, suggests the aconite and belladonna of the homeopathists and their motto, _similia similibus curantur_.

    Four Americans Roosevelt, Hawthorne, Emerson, Whitman

  • Considerable excitement prevails among the homeopathists of

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III)

  • The homeopathists gave the go-by to this proposition, to the great chagrin of the doctor, who regretted the loss of this occasion to prove, by figures, the vanity of homeopathic practice.

    Mysteries of Paris, V3

  • He look upon this method as absurd and homicidal; thus, strong in his convictions, and wishing, as he said, to drive the homeopathists to the wall, he offered to abandon to their care a certain number of patients, on whom they might experiment to their liking.

    Mysteries of Paris, V3

  • Yet Ben argues that not enough is being done to investigate the real benefits of the placebo effect, and in that respect homeopathists have a role to play - if they want to help people rather than just rip them off.

    The Guardian World News

  • Same old nonsense- the homeopathists also want a special case to apply to them.

    The Guardian World News

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