noun, plural as·car·i·des [a-skar-i-deez] /æˈskær ɪˌdiz/.
Origin of ascaris
Examples from the Web for ascarides
Historical Examples of ascarides
In ascarides, gonorrha, and some affections of the lower bowels and bladder, when the stomach rejects the balsam.
In ascarides, especially when occurring in childhood; the quantity used being proportionately lessened.
A little later in life children are liable to ascarides or seat worms, called by some “pin worms.”Plain Talks on Avoided Subjects
Henry Newell Guernsey
The symptoms are those of ascarides, but I could not persuade him to take medicine therefor.The Funny Side of Physic
A. D. Crabtre
The child which has Ascarides lumbricoides in its stomach is not necessarily ill.Animal Parasites and Messmates
P. J. Van Beneden