In pathology, one who assigns to the nervous system an excessive if not exclusive responsibility for disease.(noun)
A person of a nervous organization liable to or exhibiting nervous disease.(noun)
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Use "neuropath" in a sentence
"After all, M. de Charlus might be most fond of him, might be most good-natured; but he was a neuropath; to-morrow, perhaps, he would burst into tears on hearing that Swann was ill; and to-day, from jealousy, or in anger, or carried away by some sudden idea, he might have wished to do him a deliberate injury."
"Again, the nervous child, like the adult neuropath, very often improves for the time being with every change of scene and surroundings."
"Do they frankly forbid us to admire the productions of genius from now onwards? and say outright that no neuropath can ever be a revealer of new truth?"