A person, especially one who is not a licensed physician, who sets broken or dislocated bones.(noun)
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Use "bonesetter" in a sentence
"Their ways can seem inscrutable and frustrating at times as well, as when a group of men insist on letting a wounded man be tended to by a bonesetter, worsening the wounded man's condition."
"Illustrations in the Florentine Codex show various healers associated with specific ailments: the bonesetter, tepoztecpahtiani, for example, the bleeder, teitzminqui, or the one who cures diseases of the eyes, texpatiani."
"Annette sways forward and for a second itâ€ ™ s like thereâ€ ™ s no bonesetter in her bloodstream."