Helminthic vs Wormlike - What's the difference?

helminthic | wormlike |

Helminthic is a see also of wormlike.


As adjectives the difference between helminthic and wormlike

is that helminthic is of or pertaining to worms; used especially of parasitic worms while wormlike is similar to a worm.

As a noun helminthic

is (medicine) any medicine that expels intestinal worms.

helminthic

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Of or pertaining to worms; used especially of parasitic worms.
  • (medicine) Causing the expulsion of intestinal worms.
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • (medicine) Any medicine that expels intestinal worms.
  • wormlike

    English

    Alternative forms

    *worm-like

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Similar to a worm.
  • The plastic fishing lure was remarkably wormlike .
  • Similar to that of a worm
  • The creature has a wormlike body
    He has wormlike view of the universe.
  • (chemistry, of the molecules of a polymer) Having a smoothly curved form when heated.
  • See also

    *helminthic *vermian *vermiform

    Derived terms

    *wormlike chain