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thy·mol

(thī'mol),
A phenol present in the volatile oil of Thymus vulgaris (thyme), Mentha longifolia (horsemint), and other volatile oils; used externally and internally as an antiseptic, as a deodorizer of offensive discharges, and as a specific for ancylostomiasis.
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thymol

(thī′môl′, -mōl′)
n.
A white, crystalline, aromatic compound, C10H14O, derived from thyme oil and other oils or made synthetically and used as an antiseptic, a fungicide, and a preservative.
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thy·mol

(thī'mol)
A phenol present in the volatile oil of Thymus vulgaris (thyme), Mentha longifolia (horsemint), and other volatile oils; used externally and internally as an antiseptic, as a deodorizer of offensive discharges, and as a specific for ancylostomiasis.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

thy·mol

(thī'mol)
Phenol present in thyme; used externally as an antiseptic and deodorizer, and internally as a specific for ancylostomiasis.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012