germ warfare








noun

  1. biological warfare.

noun

  1. the military use of disease-spreading bacteria against an enemyAlso called: bacteriological warfare

The use of microorganisms in war to injure or destroy humans, animals, or crops. This type of warfare is outlawed by international treaty, but facilities for developing biological weapons exist in some countries. (See bioterrorism (see also bioterrorism) and biological warfare.)

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