fumigate[ fyoo-mi-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF fumigate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FUMIGATE
Fumigate—To smoke a room, or any article needing to be cleansed.
They carry their preventive with them; they sweat and fumigate all the day long.
When it is over, then he shall go, and we will fumigate the place.
It is used to fumigate buildings, being a valuable disinfectant.
"To fumigate after the prisence av a skunk," retorted Pat whimsically.
Same time you can keep on fetching brush to fumigate your cat hole.
"If I had a bed that old, I'd fumigate it," the captain declared.
All who can keep them safe should have green frogs by the score in every house which they do not fumigate.
The air of these dormitories is foul, and burning resin is used to fumigate them.
Nothing else could be done except to fumigate the “between-decks,” that operation rather adding to the heat than otherwise.