Definition of Fumigations

1. Noun. (plural of fumigation) ¹



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Definition of Fumigations

1. fumigation [n] - See also: fumigation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fumigations

fumewort
fumid
fumidashi
fumidawara
fumidity
fumier
fumiest
fumiferous
fumigant
fumigants
fumigate
fumigated
fumigates
fumigating
fumigation
fumigations (current term)
fumigator
fumigators
fumigatory
fumily
fuming
fuming sulfuric acid
fuming sulphuric acid
fumingly
fumish
fumishness
fumitez
fumitories
fumitory
fumitory family

Literary usage of Fumigations

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1. An Introduction to Practical Pharmacy: Designed as a Text-book for the by Edward Parrish (1859)
"For such fumigations, sulphuretted hydrogen is generated by decomposing sulphuret of potassium or calcium with muriatic or nitric acid; nitric acid by ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1818)
"Description des Appareils à fumigations, &c. ; ie A Description of the Fumigating Apparatus established on the Plan of M. D'Arcet, at the Hospital of St. ..."

3. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1889)
"Mercurial fumigations.—Dr. Corbin, of Brooklyn, has just published some ... The fumigations are repeated as found necessary, and for several days up to and ..."

4. Dietetical and Medical Hydrology: A Treatise on Baths : Including Cold, Sea by John Bell (1850)
"That there is no exhalation of sulphur from the bodies of those who have made use of the sulphurous fumigations. CHAPTER L. VAPOUR BATHS (concluded) ..."

5. Journal of the Society of Arts by Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1866)
"With respect to fumigations of the places where boasts in kept, all confidence in them must fall to tho ground •leaner the opinion of the air's being a ..."

6. The London Medical Gazette (1829)
"A few words still remain to be said upon the subject of mercurial fumigations. These, which were applied generally to the whole surface of the body, ..."

7. The Medical Formulary: Being a Collection of Prescriptions, Derived from the by Benjamin Ellis, Robert Pennell Thomas (1868)
"K. —fumigations. fumigations are for the most part used to purify infected air by absorbing or otherwise counteracting deleterious gases. ..."

8. The Principles and methods of therapeutics by Adolphe Gubler (1881)
"The part which water performs in fumigations.—Humidity of the atmosphere. ... fumigations with aromatic substances date back to the highest antiquity. ..."

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