Definition of Euthenist

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Euthenist

euthanisation
euthanisations
euthanise
euthanised
euthanises
euthanising
euthanization
euthanizations
euthanize
euthanized
euthanizes
euthanizing
eutheism
euthenasia
euthenics
euthenist (current term)
euthenists
eutherapeutic
eutherian
eutherian mammal
eutherians
euthermic
euthiochroic
euthymia
euthymic
euthyneura
euthynteria
euthyroid
euthyroid sick syndrome
euthyroid sick syndromes

Literary usage of Euthenist

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1. The Mental Health of the School Child: The Psycho-educational Clinic in by John Edward Wallace Wallin (1914)
"Moreover, the euthenist contends that the real causes are often mistakenly or fraudulently reported. Thus premature births or still births, which constitute ..."

2. Applied Eugenics by Roswell Hill Johnson, Paul Bowman Popenoe (1918)
"... is therefore an ardent euthenist. He not only works for a better human stock but, because he does not want to see his efforts wasted, he always works to ..."

3. Heredity in Relation to Eugenics by Charles Benedict Davenport (1911)
"streets were at times sent over from London to relieve the city of them; and the governor, who was a pure euthenist, and seemed to think the better ..."

4. Readings in Evolution, Genetics, and Eugenics by Horatio Hackett Newman (1921)
"... is therefore an ardent euthenist. He not only works for a better human stock but, because he does not want to see ..."

5. The Glands Regulating Personality: A Study of the Glands of Internal by Louis Berman (1921)
"The Influence of Environment What suggestions now are there for the euthenist who would control the influence of environment upon child culture. ..."

6. The Hygiene of the School Child by Lewis Madison Terman (1914)
"... but the euthenist should not be satisfied to work forever with faulty material. Speaking generally, it is safe to say that most of the great plagues, ..."

7. Heredity and Eugenics: A Course of Lectures Summarizing Recent Advances in by William Ernest Castle (1912)
"Even felons, murderers, and women of the streets were at times sent over from London to relieve the city of them, and the governor, who was a pure euthenist ..."

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