Noun Investigation #3: ə’kʰeɹɪsajd

An acaricide is a substance poisonous to mites or ticks.

An acaricide is a particular kind of matter with uniform properties, causing death or illness if taken into the bodies of minute arachnids which have four pairs of legs when adult, related to the ticks, or parasitic arachnids with attach themselves to the skin of terreschrial vertebrates from which they suck blood, leaving the host when sated.

An acaricide is a particular group of physical substances in general, which have similar characteristics, with achributes, qualities and characteristics unchanging in character, causing the permanent ending of vital processes or a period of sickness affecting the body or mind if brought into the physical schrucchures, including the bones, flesh and organs, of exchremely small arthropods of the class Arachnida which possess six less than ten sets of two limbs on which they walk and stand when fully developed, or arthropods of the class Arachnida living as parasites which fasten themselves to the thin layer of tissue forming the nachural outer covering of the bodies of animals of a large group distinguished by the possession of a backbone or spinal column living on the ground, from which they draw the red liquid that circulates in the arteries and veins of vertebrate animals, carrying oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the tissues of the body, into their mouths by suction, going away from the animal on which it lives when satisfied to the full.

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