|one who plunders, one who robs and destroys||spoliator|
|agent for controlling infection, dull, pertaining to antisepsis; free of germs, sterile, uncontaminated; clean, neat, substance which destroys microorganisms which produce sepsis||antiseptic|
|agent that destroys bacteria, kills bacteria, working against infectious diseases, type of medication used to treat infectious diseases, working as an antibiotic||antibiotic|
|agent that destroys blood cells, substance which causes the dissolution of red blood cells||hemolysin|
|bacteriophage, virus that destroys bacteria (Biology)||phage|
|bad temper, organ in abdomen, organ which is located near the stomach and which filters and stores blood and produces white blood cells and destroys old red blood cells; bad temper, peevishness, spite; melancholy (Archaic)||spleen|
|body odor mask, substance that masks or destroys unpleasant odors; substance that is used to mask bodily odors, substance to disguise smells||deodorant|
|body-snatching demon, evil spirit, somebody morbidly interested in repulsive things, ghost, demon who robs graves and eats corpses; one who robs graves; one who enjoys disgusting or revolting things||ghoul|
|carnivorous animal or destructive organism, hunter, creature which hunts other creatures for food, ruthlessly aggressive person, somebody who plunders or destroys||predator|
|cell found in connective tissue, macrophage, large white blood cell that absorbs and destroys foreign and infection causing organisms (Biology)||histiocyte|
|cell that removes unwanted substances, white blood cell, blood cell that destroys foreign bodies and cells in the blood||phagocyte|
|character who created a monster in the novel "Frankenstein" by Mary W. Shelley; monster who has the appearance of a man; destructive force that eventually destroys its creator, creator of destructive thing, out-of-control invention||Frankenstein|
|chemical agent that destroys a harmful organism (i.e. bacteria), chemical that kills germs||disinfectant|
|chemical that kills fungi, substance that destroys fungi||fungicide|
|chinch, cinch bug, small insect that destroys grain, Southern U.S.||chinch bug|
|destroyer of religious images, heretic in Greek Orthodox Church, one who destroys religious images or idols; one who attacks sacred traditions or cherished ideals, radical, somebody challenging tradition||iconoclast|
|destroys bacteria; prevents the growth of bacteria||antimicrobic|
|destroys cells; of or pertaining to the destruction of cells||cytopathogenic|
|destroys parasites, exterminates parasites, parasite-killing substance, substance that kills parasites||parasiticide|
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