- clinical thermometer,
- clinical trial,
- clinically dead,
- clinically obese,
Origin of clinician
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Romney, on the other hand, seems to approach policy decisions like a clinician.GOP Loses a Passionate Conservative With Rick Santorum’s Exit|Patricia Murphy|April 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Even in this case it is far better for two persons, clinician and bacteriologist, to work together.
Except under circumstances of necessity, the clinician should always turn this work over to the bacteriologist.
Boyle, as a clinician, remained on excellent terms with medical practitioners.Medical Investigation in Seventeenth Century England|Charles W. Bodemer
The entire subject of adenomyoma is dealt with from the standpoint of the pathologist, the clinician, and the surgeon.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin|Henry Weightman Stelwagon
It is obviously wholly insufficient for a clinician to report that the use of a mixture was followed by good results.
1844, from French clinicien, from Latin clinicus (see clinic).