from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See fumarole.


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  • In a January 27, 2009 file photo provided by the Alaska Volcano Observatory / U.S.G.S. steam and gas rise from a large fumerole on the north flank of Mount Redoubt, a 10,197-foot volcano in the Chigmit Mountains, in Alaska.

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  • Since 1944, Vesuvius has given the impression of a rapidly cooled, quickly compacted pile of rock that has reached equilibrium except for the odd fumerole.

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