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Definition of "fumigation" [fum•iga•tion]

  • The act of fumigating, or applying smoke or vapor, as for disinfection. (noun)
  • Vapor raised in the process of fumigating. (noun)

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Use "fumigation" in a sentence
  • "Frankly we think the only thing in need of fumigation is Ted’s brain because clearly it isn’t able to handle the obvious (see below)."
  • "Need to have a complete blood change and brain fumigation."
  • "After letting the pipe cool, and then filling it with a favourite blend of mingled Virginia, Perique, and Latakia, our friend asserts that he is blessed with a cool, saporous, and enchanting fumigation which is so fragrant that even his wife has remarked upon it in terms complimentary."