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  • adj. Of use against intestinal worms.

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  • adj. capable of expelling or destroying parasitic worms.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as anthelmintic.

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  • adj. capable of expelling or destroying parasitic worms
  • n. a medication capable of causing the evacuation of parasitic intestinal worms


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