the method of treating disease by the use of agents that produce effects different from those of the disease treated (opposed to ).
a school of medicine midway between allopathy and christian science.
the devil’s dictionary ambrose bierce
christian science and allopathy don’t mix,’ i says, ‘and you’d starve, that’s what you’d do.
kilo ellis parker butler
hydropathy and allopathy in their practice are like the poles asunder.
every man his own doctor r. t. claridge
i told him in plain words he would be better off rollin’ allopathy pills.
kilo ellis parker butler
i have known it succeed in cholera cases sometimes, however, as well as the allopathy.
six years in the prisons of england a merchant – anonymous
he said that the aim of allopathy was to poison him; of hydropathy to drown him; and of homeopathy to let him die unaided.
every-day errors of speech l. p. meredith
the orthodox medical method of treating disease, by inducing a condition different from or opposed to the cause of the disease compare homeopathy
1842, “treatment of disease by remedies that produce effects opposite to the symptoms,” from german allopathie (hahnemann), from greek allos “other” (see alias) + -patheia, “suffering, disease, feeling” (see -pathy). the term applied by homeopathists to traditional medicine.
allopathy al·lop·a·thy (ə-lŏp’ə-thē)
a method of treating disease with remedies that produce effects antagonistic to those caused by the disease itself.
al’lo·path’ic (āl’ə-pāth’ĭk) adj.
originating in or occupying different geographical areas. historical examples smilisca sila and puma are allopatric, whereas s. sordida is broadly sympatric with both of those species. neotropical hylid frogs, genus smilisca william e. duellman the majority of the species are allopatric and differ primarily in color patterns. a taxonomic revision of the leptodactylid frog genus […]
originating in or occupying different geographical areas. adjective (of biological speciation or species) taking place or existing in areas that are geographically separated from one another compare sympatric allopatric (āl’ə-pāt’rĭk) ecology occurring in separate, nonoverlapping geographic areas. allopatric populations of related organisms are unable to interbreed because of geographic separation. ◇ the development of new […]
living or growing at different depths.
a clay mineral, an amorphous hydrous silicate of aluminum, occurring in blue, green, or yellow, resinous to earthy m-sses. noun a variously coloured amorphous mineral consisting of hydrated aluminium silicate and occurring in cracks in some sedimentary rocks
any of the members of a cl-ss of speech sounds that, taken together, are commonly felt to be a phoneme, as the t- sounds of toe, stow, tree, hatpin, catcall, cats, catnip, b-tton, metal, city; a speech sound const-tuting one of the phonetic manifestations or variants of a particular phoneme. noun any of several speech […]