Getting off the elevator at the fourth floor, he thumped across the antiseptic hallway.
Before antibiotics, most newborn eyes were treated with an antiseptic, and Barnes pushed Argyrol as the cure of choice.
And I have to have whiskey because alcohol is both an antiseptic and an anesthetic.
How did that survive the vetting at this often timid and antiseptic White House?
The debates certainly would never have been this hermetically sealed and antiseptic.
antiseptic gauze and hot-water bottles were as alien as the Germans to her.
Soap, as an antiseptic, 326;its relation to hard and soft water, 134.
In the composition of this letter George washed his hands of responsibility with, you might say, antiseptic care.
Compare "antiseptic," "antinomian," "ultramontane," "semicircle."
"Lift your chin," Lea said, brandishing the antiseptic applicator she had found in the medicine kit.
antiseptic an·ti·sep·tic (ān'tĭ-sěp'tĭk)
Of, relating to, or producing antisepsis.
Capable of preventing infection by inhibiting the growth of infectious agents.