homeopathist [hoh-mee-op-uh-thist] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a person who practices or favors homeopathy.

Also ho·me·o·path [hoh-mee-uh-path] /ˈhoʊ mi əˌpæθ/. Origin of homeopathist First recorded in 1820–30; homeo- + -path + -ist Examples from the Web for homeopath Historical Examples of homeopath

  • I shouted to Clarence; “telephone the king’s homeopath to come!”

    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, Complete

    Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

  • I told you I was a homeopath,” expostulated Ethelwynne, “how was I to know that allopaths always swallow their pills whole?

    Beatrice Leigh at College

    Julia Augusta Schwartz

  • Even egg shells are valuable, for aliopath and homeopath alike agree in regarding them as the purest of carbonate of lime.

    Burroughs’ Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information, 1889

    Barkham Burroughs

  • I see she was sufferin’ from a rush of curiosity to the head and I cured her by homeopath doses.

    Cy Whittaker’s Place

    Joseph C. Lincoln

  • Still, there wasn’t much sickness, and I don’t reckon the homeopath ever did winter through.

    Heart’s Desire

    Emerson Hough

  • Word Origin and History for homeopath n.

    1830; back-formation from homeopathy. Related: Homeopathic.

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