Definition of Allopaths

1. Noun. (plural of allopath) ¹



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Definition of Allopaths

1. allopath [n] - See also: allopath

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Allopaths

allonymous
allonyms
alloo
allooed
allooing
alloparenting
allopath
allopathic
allopathic-medicine
allopathic keratoplasty
allopathic medicine
allopathically
allopathies
allopathist
allopathists
allopaths (current term)
allopathy
allopatric
allopatric speciation
allopatrically
allopatries
allopatry
allopentaploid
allophanamide
allophanate hydrolase
allophane
allophanes
allophanic acid
allophasis
allophenic

Literary usage of Allopaths

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1. Transactions of the World's Congress of Homœopathic Physicians and Surgeons by American institute of homœopathy, American Institute of Homeopathy (1894)
"Cities reporting typhoid fever cases give cases reported : allopaths, 8265; ... Physicians in the same cities are : allopaths, 6534 ; Homoeopaths, ..."

2. Plain home talk by Edward Bliss Foote (1892)
"The "allopaths," without apparently knowing it, have, since the days of their ... This same mercury has been the great weapon of the allopaths in ..."

3. Eating for Health and Efficiency by Rasmus Larssen Alsaker (1917)
"... SYSTEM The Regulars, often called allopaths, are the most ancient school of medicine. They took root in the long ago when evil spirits were supposed to ..."

4. Quiz Questions on the History of Medicine by Thomas Lindsley Bradford (1898)
"can get it, and the Regulars, who object to anything but the name of physician, and who are popularly known as allopaths. 200. Give an account of the School ..."

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