vapor[ vey-per ]SEE DEFINITION OF vapor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VAPOR
An embarrassed silence fell like a vapor over the assemblage.
The air of Berlin was cool and the excess of vapor had been frozen out of it.
The vapor from our nostrils froze in masses of ice upon our beards.
A simple experiment will show that no bacteria will exist in that vapor.
Mrs. Alexander smiled at him across the vapor from the kettle.
What I have done is to condense some of that vapor into a solid.
There was not a sound, not a soul, not a puff of that vapor which was like the very breath of the place.
The stars could not struggle through the vapor that lay beneath them.
As the vapor rises from the mixture and goes into the worm, it cools and condenses.
At about 7,000 degrees it will fuse, and pass into a vapor which causes the intense illumination.