Wounds, in both trees and human beings, must be disinfected and dressed to keep out all fungus or disease germs.
All bags and utensils should also be disinfected with this formalin solution.
Keep stable clean, well ventilated and disinfected with Pratts Dip and Disinfectant.
Every other day all flat or projecting surfaces should be disinfected.
As an extra precaution, the disinfected discharges may be mixed with sawdust or kerosene and burned in the trench.
As best he could, he disinfected his other cuts and bandaged them.
A few hours later we were summoned to the iron grating which separated us from the disinfected people.
Infected articles and rooms should be cleansed and disinfected.
Under their direction the insurgent hospital was thoroughly cleaned, disinfected and put into excellent order.
The orderly explained that all foreigners were obliged to be disinfected in this way.
disinfect dis·in·fect (dĭs'ĭn-fěkt')
v. dis·in·fect·ed, dis·in·fect·ing, dis·in·fects
To cleanse something so as to destroy or prevent the growth of disease-carrying microorganisms.