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Word definitions for chiropractor in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ Always be certain that your chiropractor is state licensed and reputable. ▪ Another investigation, this time into lobbying on behalf of chiropractors, could thin the legislature's ranks still further. ▪ Find out the name and...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
chiropractor \chiropractor\ n. a therapist who practics chiropractic.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. A health care practitioner who specializes in chiropractic, the hands on or hand-held instrumental movement of the bone structure of the body to improve the function of the joints and/or nervous system.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1904, agent noun in Latin form from chiropractic (q.v.).

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a therapist who practices chiropractic

Usage examples of chiropractor.

True Believer, a Saved Soul, in you, you acquired a detestation of patent medicines, of osteopaths and chiropractors, of homeopaths and herbalists, of all quacks, midwives, and pretenders to medical knowledge, which was the property of your brotherhood, and you knew with whatever modesty lay in you, that you were a creature apart.

Peter Tatakis, the chiropractor, arrived in his wine-dark Buick, and Bart Skiotis paid his respects at the church whose foundation he had laid with substandard materials.

Del had brought in a friend, a chiropractor with healing in her hands, to ascertain that no bones were out of place, that there were no bruises that would not heal.

Still, he had no doubt that a visit to the chiropractor would be called for.

K Crooked Chiropractors, Degenerate Dentists Medicare Medicos, Harlot Heart Surgeons Nutty Neurologists, Craven Cardiologists Improbable Proctologists, Petty Pornographers Huge Urologists, Incensed Internists Demoncats, all!

Dae Alvonso, who combined the trades of minstrel, child-buyer, psychiatrist and chiropractor, reported Carcolo's obloquies to Joaz, who shrugged.

I'm going to see the chiropractor later on account of this effing neck of mine.

Let's see if we can understand why self-instruction--the most cost effective source of help--has been neglected or mishandled, while expensive and questionable sources of help have flourished, such as individual psychotherapy, psychiatric drug prescriptions, chiropractors, faith healing, astrology, mystical channeling or past lives therapy, illegal drugs for pleasure, etc.

We keep the chiropractors on stand-by duty when we go riding with Plemp.

It had thrust out shoots in all directions: blocks of match-box houses in raw new housing developments and the real estate shacks to go with them, a half-mile gauntlet of one-story buildings along the highway: veterinarians, chiropractors, beauty shops, marketerias, restaurants, bars, liquor stores.

He and several other chiropractors had agreed to endorse a new back-pain product called the Miracle VibraCouch, and the Canadian trade show was to be the scene of its unveiling.

Philharmonic, movie directors, cameramen, lawyers, real estate agents, chiropractors, holy men, ex-aviators, ballet dancers and other entertainment figures such as wrestlers and defensive left ends.

Every kind of scientist, all the way down to chiropractors and podiatrists, was saying we were kill­ing the planet fast.

I went to that chiropractor in Machias and he did something to it that made it feel a little better, but it ain't never really been right since that day.