disinfectants[ dis-in-fek-tuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disinfectants
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISINFECTANTS
I suppose the sea, and the surf in the air, are disinfectants.
These, said the Arab proprietor, were English disinfectants in which the bottles were rinsed.
Disinfectants do have their uses, however, and are often essential.
It had been boiled for safety and 53 was served warm and tasted of disinfectants.
But no flame or smoke appeared, not even the vapor of the disinfectants.
I have saved the Zemstvo from expenditure even on disinfectants.
The disinfectants to use are acid bichloride of mercury and heat.
In this case the discharges, especially from the stomach, probably spread the disease, and disinfectants must be mixed with them.
It is also well, however, to supplement it by the use of disinfectants.
There was a faint and not unpleasant smell of disinfectants.