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a substance used to clean wounds because it prevents infection by killing harmful micro-organisms such as bacteria

or more rarely when used as an adjective:  describing something as thoroughly clean and free of micro-organisms
  • Dr. Lahiri reached into his coat pocket and produced a cloth that smelled of antiseptic.
    p. 6.7
  • The library was where he went to forget about the sickening smell of antiseptic, the beep of the heart monitor that, far from a sign of life, seemed like a countdown to death.
    p. 14.9
  • Clarke had to find real bandages and antiseptic.
    p. 54.4
  • I just wish I had some antiseptic for that cut on her face.
    p. 77.7

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