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(Fu"mi*gate) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Fumigated ; p. pr. & vb. n. Fumigating ] [L. fumigate, p.
p. of fumigare to fumigate, fr. fumus smoke. See Fume, n.]
1. To apply smoke to; to expose to smoke or vapor; to purify, or free from infection, by the use of smoke
2. To smoke; to perfume. Dryden.
(Fum`iga"tion) n. [Cf. F. fumigation.]
1. The act of fumigating, or applying smoke or vapor, as for disinfection.
2. Vapor raised in the process of fumigating.
(Fu"mi*ga`tor) n. One who, or that which, fumigates; an apparattus for fumigating.
(Fu"mi*ga*to*ry) a. [Cf. F. fumigatoire.] Having the quality of purifying by smoke. [R.]
(Fum"i*ly) adv. Smokily; with fume.
Cadet's fuming liquid (Chem.), alkarsin. Fuming liquor of Libavius (Old Chem.), stannic chloride; the
chloride of tin, SnCl4, forming a colorless, mobile liquid which fumes in the air. Mixed with water it solidifies
to the so-called butter of tin. Fuming sulphuric acid. (Chem.) Same as Disulphuric acid, uder
(Fum"ing), a. Producing fumes, or vapors.
(Fum"ing*ly), adv. In a fuming manner; angrily. "They answer fumingly." Hooker.
(Fum"ish), a. Smoky; hot; choleric.
(Fum"ish*ness), n. Choler; fretfulness; passion.
(Fu"mi*ter`) n. (Bot.) Fumitory. [Obs.]
Climbing fumitory (Bot.), the Alleghany vine (Adlumia cirrhosa); a biennial climbing plant with elegant
feathery leaves and large clusters of pretty white or pinkish flowers looking like grains of rice.
(Fu"mi*to*ry) n. [OE. fumetere, F. fumeterre, prop., smoke of the ground, fr. L. fumus smoke
+ terra earth. See Fume, and Terrace.] (Bot.) The common uame of several species of the genus
Fumaria, annual herbs of the Old World, with finely dissected leaves and small flowers in dense racemes
or spikes. F. officinalis is a common species, and was formerly used as an antiscorbutic.
(Fum"mel) n. (Zoöl.) A hinny.
(Fu*mos"i*ty) n. [Cf. OF. fumosité.] The fumes of drink. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Fum"ous) a. [L. fumosus, fr. fumus smoke: cf. F. fumeux.]
1. Producing smoke; smoky.
2. Producing fumes; full of fumes.
Garlic, onions, mustard, and such-like fumous things.Barough
(Fum"y) a. Producing fumes; fumous. "Drowned in fumy wine." H. Brooke.