antiseptic

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Synonyms for antiseptic

Synonyms for antiseptic

free from dirt, stain, or impurities

Antonyms for antiseptic

thoroughly clean and free of or destructive to disease-causing organisms

clean and honest

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freeing from error or corruption

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devoid of objectionable language

References in periodicals archive ?
The PAWS animals are as antiseptically clean as can be.
The feeling I get is that people are increasingly questioning the theory that everything needs to be antiseptically clean, because then you've got no resistance to anything.
Casey's provocative questioning dragged out the truthgrisly, painful truthfrom people accustomed to droning on in antiseptically clean language.
But that's no excuse for Nichols to have shot ``Closer'' so antiseptically.
Around the antiseptically spotless room stand 20 to 30 men, women and children, all paying rapt attention to the most unlikely of holiday spectator sports - cheese making.
Used daily, SinoFresh(R) antiseptically cleanses the nasal cavities and reduces the fungus and bacteria growth in the nose.
Now they come under the wing of the rather antiseptically named Employment Service.
Its best-known practitioner is the late Mark Lombardi, who details political conspiracies in antiseptically clean flowcharts.
The room was antiseptically plush, air-conditioned, televisioned - with pay-as-you-lust channels - trouser-pressed, kettled and with a sofa bed, I assume, for guests who might fall out during their stay.
SinoFresh(TM) Daily Throat Spray is the only daily throat spray that antiseptically targets the organisms that may lead to serious illness by killing germs and bacteria that can invade the mouth and throat.
And stop using those household cleaners that claim to make your home antiseptically clean - they're unnecessary.