Sentence example with the word 'hydropathy'


Definition n. the internal and external use of water in the treatment of disease

Last update: July 14, 2015


Duchenne, 1806-1875), of gymnastics (Ling, 1776-1839), of hydropathy (V.   [Please select]


It would have been very difficult to interest the age of chivalry in hydropathy.   [Please select]


In them were practised rites apparently mysterious, but which modern science calls by the names of mesmerism, hydropathy, the use of mineral springs, and other essential elements of empirical science.   [Please select]


The baby, it appears, had an abnormally large head and was dipped, day after day, in rude hydropathy, into an icy spring.   [Please select]

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