FUMIGATE's Sentences and Contexts

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 Sentences of fumigate
Definition:
v. treat with fumes; apply smoke to; expose to smoke or vapor, especially to disinfect or eradicate pests
Example:
The grower should sample for nematodes the year prior to planting and then decide whether or not to fumigate.
Sentence in Classic:
Chitling added, with strong marks of irritation, that the new way of fumigating clothes up yonder was infernal unconstitutional, for it burnt holes in them, and there was no remedy against the County.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens Context