therapeusis

noun
ther·a·peu·sis | \ˌther-ə-ˈpyü-səs \

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circa 1857, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for therapeusis

New Latin, from Greek, treatment, from therapeuein

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therapeusis

noun
ther·a·peu·sis | \ˌther-ə-ˈpyü-səs \
plural therapeuses\-ˌsēz \

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