Diction help needed urgently..
Dear friends, I'm debating with some guy on the merits of Allopathy, he simple hates allopathy, but that's not a problem or question. My problem or question is what correct word I'd use in my sentence to describe him: haters of allopathy would argue..( I mean something like this) or allopathy haters or allopathic haters. I have checked reverse dictionary also but didn't find any specific term for such types of guys. So would it be correct to use terms like these (I mean does these terms makes sense) : haters of allopathy...., allopathy haters.. or allopathic haters..
Sorry if my question doesn't come under rule.
Re: Diction help needed urgently..
haters of allopathy...., allopathy haters.. Yes, either of these.
Originally Posted by razer
or allopathic haters.. No.
But haters is a strong word. You could use "non-believers in allopathy", "those who don't believe in allopathy", "those opposed to allopathy".
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