Bactericide



any substance capable of killing bacteria.
Contemporary Examples

Sure, water filter makers put a bit of bactericide in their products to tamp down the infestation.
Are Water Filters B.S.? Michael Schulson August 18, 2014

Historical Examples

Ink as a bactericide is less known, but worth consideration.
Vagaries Axel Munthe

noun
a substance able to destroy bacteria

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