Definition of homeopathic in English:


(British homoeopathic)

Pronunciation /ˌhəʊmɪəˈpaθɪk/ /ˌhɒmɪəˈpaθɪk/


  • Relating to or using homeopathy.

    ‘homeopathic medicine’
    ‘homeopathic remedies’
    • ‘Many individuals have turned to alternative medicine such as acupuncture and herbal and homeopathic remedies.’
    • ‘Some homeopathic remedies derived from substances that would be poisonous in large amounts, such as arsenic or strychnine, could be banned.’
    • ‘Homeopathic dilutions often end up to the point of one part active ingredient per 10^15 or more parts of what they're dissolved in.’
    • ‘He was interested in homeopathic medicine.’
    • ‘Homeopathic medicine was introduced into the United States in 1825.’
    • ‘A traditional homeopathic cure for a bee sting is a dose of bee pollen.’
    • ‘Most homeopathic preparations are now sold in the form of lactose pills.’
    • ‘Homoeopathic practitioners also use it for skin conditions.’
    • ‘They had already started over-the-counter homoeopathic treatment.’
    • ‘Homoeopathic remedies prescribed during the initial few consultations focused on healing the damage to the child's immune system.’



/ˌhəʊmɪəˈpaθɪk/ /ˌhɒmɪəˈpaθɪk/