A white crystalline powder, C6H6Cl6, used chiefly as an agricultural pesticide but also used topically in the treatment of scabies and pediculosis.(noun)
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Use "lindane" in a sentence
"First, something called lindane, which is so toxic that it’s banned in eighteen countries."
"One of the biggest worries for some health experts is a prescription treatment for head lice and scabies called lindane."
"But she creates a ritual: She covers her body in lindane at night, and then in the morning she washes it off in a hot, hour-long tea tree oil infused bath."