Origin of septic
OTHER WORDS FROM septicsep·ti·cal·ly, adverbsep·tic·i·ty [sep-tis-i-tee], /sɛpˈtɪs ɪ ti/, nounnon·sep·tic, adjective
How to use septic in a sentence
Reports that the bodies of the children had been ‘dumped’ in a septic tank have, however, proved to be wide of the mark.Irish Care Home Scandal Grows As Children Revealed To Be Used As Vaccine Guinea Pigs|Tom Sykes|June 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I'm talking about what's called biogas, produced by treating the septic tanks attached to toilets.India’s Most Dangerous Meal: The Poisoned-Lunch Disaster|Dilip D’Souza|July 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When Pope John Paul II died of septic shock and heart failure, in April 2005, he was 84.
That terrible attack of septic pneumonia in New York, as we now know, left the heart injured and the lungs weakened.Marriage la mode|Mrs. Humphry Ward
Think, Gentlemen, of a child in the last stages of septic peritonitis, practically dead.The Blue Germ|Martin Swayne
Of all the anti-septic agents used for the purposes mentioned boracic acid is the favorite, and salicylic acid next in choice.
Various other anti-septic agents are used and combined in different ways, according to the results of experiments.
It lays the orbit open to the possibility of septic infection.