Definition of Abacterial

1. Adjective. Not caused by bacteria; characterized by a lack of bacteria. ¹



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Definition of Abacterial

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abacterial

abacinated
abacinates
abacinating
abacination
abacinations
abacisci
abaciscus
abacist
abacists
aback
abacks
abackward
abacost
abacot
abacs
abacterial (current term)
abacterial thrombotic endocarditis
abacterially
abactinal
abactinally
abaction
abactor
abactors
abaculi
abaculus
abacus
abacuses
abada
abadas
abade

Literary usage of Abacterial

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1. A Text-book of Plant Diseases Caused by Cryptogamic Parasites by George Massee (1907)
"PINK BACTERIOSIS OF WHEAT (Micrococcus tritici, Prill.) abacterial disease of grains of wheat, indicated externally by a rose or purplish colour. ..."

2. The Cincinnati Medical News edited by John Adams Thacker (1888)
"... but not always with success, by the construction of sanitariums at great elevations to provide phthisical and other invalids with an abacterial air; ..."

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