hydropathic


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hy·drop·a·thy

 (hī-drŏp′ə-thē)
n. pl. hy·drop·a·thies
Internal and external use of water as a therapeutic treatment for all forms of disease.

hy′dro·path′ic (hī′drə-păth′ĭk), hy′dro·path′i·cal adj.
hy·drop′a·thist, hy′dro·path′ n.
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Adj.1.hydropathic - of or relating to hydropathy or its administration; "hydropathic treatments"
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It opened in 1857 as a clergy training college, then became a botanic gardens and hydropathic baths.
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