noun (used with a singular verb)
Origin of euthenics
Related formseu·then·ist [yoo-then-ist, yoo-thuh-nist] /yuˈθɛn ɪst, ˈyu θə nɪst/, noun
Examples from the Web for euthenics
It is, however, a phase of euthenics, which deals with the environmental factors that affect the individual life.Sex-education|Maurice Alpheus Bigelow
In this sense, euthenics and eugenics bear the same relation to human progress as a man's two legs do to his locomotion.
The moment of conception is the point at which eugenics gives place to euthenics.
Euthenics is the term proposed for the preliminary science on which Eugenics must be based.
In another hundred years, then, Euthenics may give place to Eugenics, and the better race of men become an actuality.