[ koo-ey ]
/ kuˈeɪ /
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É·mile [ey-meel], /eɪˈmil/, 1857–1926, French psychotherapist.
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/ (French kue) /
Émile (emil). 1857–1926, French psychologist and pharmacist: advocated psychotherapy by autosuggestion
Derived forms of CouéCouism (ˈkuːeɪˌɪzəm), noun
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