Examples from the Web for allopathy
Christian Science and allopathy don't mix,' I says, 'and you'd starve, that's what you'd do.
Hydropathy and Allopathy in their practice are like the poles asunder.Every Man his own Doctor|R. T. Claridge
A school of medicine midway between Allopathy and Christian Science.The Devil's Dictionary|Ambrose Bierce
I told him in plain words he would be better off rollin' allopathy pills.
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
British Dictionary definitions for allopathy
Word Origin and History for allopathy
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.