Noun(1) a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas
Verb(1) be mad, angry, or furious(2) emit a cloud of fine particles(3) treat with fumes, expose to fumes, especially with the aim of disinfecting or eradicating pests(4) be wet with sweat or blood, as of one's face
(1) Birds, generally, will not tolerate human beings, especially human beings with gigantic clumsy flying machines that fume with black smoke and sound like a flying earthquake.(2) Todd was bright red with anger now and looked as if smoke would start to fume from his ears.(3) Many factors can affect the amount of fume generated and the toxicity hazards of those emissions.(4) Modi may have fumed at the audacity of a woman who could stand out in public and point a finger at him, but there was little that he could do to stop her.(5) The normally phlegmatic Jones fumed at reports suggesting that Radcliffe was anything less than ready, saying they might act as an incentive to her rivals.(6) Keane fumed at these failures and the defeatism that accompanied them as Chelsea dominated English football.(7) I also have become very ill from inhaling the fumes from the exhaust diesel gases that come from the buses.(8) The fumes of the soup went into my mouth, and I was able to taste bits and pieces of it, and I liked what I did taste.(9) I inhale fumes from the car mechanic's shop downstairs, I shower over the rumbling of the subway.(10) This finish is the effect of steaming, a process that stains the natural red of the oak to a fumed black.(11) The restaurant is warm and welcoming, an open kitchen fires out heady fumes of garlic, the servers are friendly and helpful, and the prices are great.(12) However, it has made me fumingly mad, and on more than one occasion.(13) After paying him, he took off, leaving me to inhale his gas fumes , which led to yet another hacking spell.(14) Our confusion quickly gave way to anger, and we fumed in suppressed rage.(15) But Erin only fumed at him, and when the king knocked at the door of her bedchamber, she didn't even answer.(16) Julia silently fumed at the lack of concern over her departure.
(1) fume hood :: ドラフトチャンバー
1. smoke ::
2. smell ::
3. emit smoke ::
4. be furious ::
5. smoke ::
6. fumigate ::
7. reek ::
Different Formsfume, fumed, fumes, fuming
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