/ (ˈnjʊərəʊˌpæθ) /
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a person suffering from or predisposed to a disorder of the nervous system
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How to use neuropath in a sentence
Neuropaths must pass on some defect; therefore, though victims may marry, no neuropath has a right to have children.
Any happiness in marriage to a neuropath is largely dependent on the self-sacrifice of the wife.
Neuropath, nū′ro-path, n. one who takes nervous conditions solely or mostly into account in his pathology.
The neuropath is the individual with an inborn tendency to the neurosis.Applied Psychology for Nurses|Mary F. Porter
In anger, as in every other emotion, the neuropath is as transient as he is truculent.