a person who practices or favors allopathy.
historical examples

she had tried several physicians, among them an allopath, who gave hypodermic injections of morphia, without relief.
new, old, and forgotten remedies: papers by many writers various

for instance, are you allopath, or a homœopath, or some hitherto untrodden path?
over the plum pudding john kendrick bangs

he had been at first treated by an allopath, then, afterwards, by a homœopath.
new, old, and forgotten remedies: papers by many writers various

to the allopath this is a “curious effect” merely, and serves to condemn the drug.
new, old, and forgotten remedies: papers by many writers various

a person who practises or is skilled in allopathy

1830, back-formation from allopathy.

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