dewormer


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de·worm

 (dē-wûrm′)
tr.v. de·wormed, de·worm·ing, de·worms
To cure (an animal) of worms; worm.

de·worm′er n.

dewormer

(diːˈwɜːmə)
n
(Veterinary Science) an agent for ridding (animals) of worms
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