homeopathic [hoh-mee-uh-path-ik] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. of, relating to, or according to the principles of homeopathy.
  2. practicing or advocating homeopathy.

Origin of homeopathic First recorded in 1815–25; homeo- + -pathic Related formsho·me·o·path·i·cal·ly, adverb Examples from the Web for homeopathic Contemporary Examples of homeopathic

  • Fame in its highly diluted modern form provides a sort of homeopathic cure for the ancient evil of jealousy.

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    P. J. O’Rourke

    May 4, 2014

  • Look, if homeopathic remedies make you feel better, take them.

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    Michael Schulson

    February 23, 2014

  • “From time to time in New Jersey,” Parkin said, adding that she sometimes took herbs and homeopathic remedies.

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    Michael Daly

    April 29, 2012

  • Nature is like a homeopathic element, a tiny little ingredient that disrupts the entire organism.

    Stoned in Manhattan

    Jane Ciabattari

    October 19, 2009

  • Historical Examples of homeopathic

  • All the homeopathic colleges are open to them with the exception of the Chicago Homeopathic.

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  • We received it only twice a day, and then in homeopathic doses.

    Daring and Suffering:

    William Pittenger

  • Presently it came in the homeopathic form of like curing like.

    A Dixie School Girl

    Gabrielle E. Jackson

  • If taken in moderation, my dear Stella,in homeopathic doses.

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    Myra Williams Jarrell

  • I remembered that I had never consulted a homeopathic physician.

    Confessions of a Neurasthenic

    William Taylor Marrs

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