Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A substance used to kill or inhibit the growth of algae.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Any substance, as copper sulphate, which has the property of destroying algæ.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A substance that kills, or inhibits the growth of, algae.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[alg(a) + –cide.]

Examples

  • And you can also add a little algicide to your fountain as well as a little chloro to help maintain good condition of the water.

    fountain deposits

  • And you can also add a little algicide to your fountain as well as a little chloro to help maintain good condition of the water.

    fountain deposits

  • And you can also add a little algicide to your fountain as well as a little chloro to help maintain good condition of the water.

    fountain deposits

  • And you can also add a little algicide to your fountain as well as a little chloro to help maintain good condition of the water.

    fountain deposits

  • And you can also add a little algicide to your fountain as well as a little chloro to help maintain good condition of the water.

    fountain deposits

  • And you can also add a little algicide to your fountain as well as a little chloro to help maintain good condition of the water.

    fountain deposits

  • And you can also add a little algicide to your fountain as well as a little chloro to help maintain good condition of the water.

    fountain deposits

  • And you can also add a little algicide to your fountain as well as a little chloro to help maintain good condition of the water.

    fountain deposits

  • And you can also add a little algicide to your fountain as well as a little chloro to help maintain good condition of the water.

    fountain deposits

  • And you can also add a little algicide to your fountain as well as a little chloro to help maintain good condition of the water.

    fountain deposits

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