Septic

Infected

septic

[adj] - of or relating to or caused by putrefaction 2. [adj] - containing or resulting from disease-causing organisms
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Septic

Septic: Infected, or denoting infection. For example, septic shock is shock caused by infection. Common Misspellings: ceptic
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Septic

Sep'tic adjective [ Septi- + - ic .] (Math.) Of the seventh degree or order. -- noun (Alg.) A quantic of the seventh degree.
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Septic

Sep'tic noun A substance that promotes putrefaction.
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septic

Pproduced by or due to decomposition by microorganisms, putrefactive. ... Origin: Gr. Septikos ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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septic

infected adjective containing or resulting from disease-causing organisms; `a septic sore throat`; `a septic environment`; `septic sewage`
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septic

(sepĀ“tik) pertaining to sepsis.
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Septic

• (n.) A quantic of the seventh degree. • (a.) Alt. of Septical • (a.) Of the seventh degree or order. • (n.) A substance that promotes putrefaction.
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septic

(septic + Gr. sptikos) produced by or due to decomposition by microorganisms; putrefactive.
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septic

septic, septical 1. Putrefactive, putrefying; in modern use, a reference to a disease, caused by the absorption of the products of putrefaction or a substance that promotes putrefaction. 2. Produced by putrefaction or morbid germs; such as, septic poisoning. 3. Heavily polluted; a reference to a habitat or zone of fresh water rich in decomposing ...
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Septic

Septic is slang for nasty, rotten.
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Septic

Septic is a term describing tissue in a state of sepsis. Usually the term is applied to cuts and wounds in an animal which have become infected.
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septic

Type: Term Pronunciation: sep′tik Definitions: 1. Relating to or caused by sepsis.
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Septic

Infected, a condition of local or generalized invasion of the body by disease-causing germs.
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Septic

Infection due to presence of pathogenic organisms.
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Septic

Infected, a condition of local or generalized invasion of the body by disease-causing germs.
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