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Use "sulphury" in a sentence
""In a party fight, a prophetic sense of danger, hangs, as it were, over the crowd -- the very air is loaded with apprehension; and the vengeance burst is proceeded by a close, thick darkness, almost sulphury, that is more terrifical than the conflict itself, though dearly less dangerous and fatal."
"The day-old yeasty stench of Chibuku was mixed with the sulphury scent of a body last washed weeks before."
"Then I stept into the water, and was immediately gone downward a great way; for, truly it was no puddle as I had supposed; but a deep well, as you might call it, of hot and sulphury water."