from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Smoky; hot; choleric.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Smoky; hot; choleric.


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From fume +‎ -ish.


  • If you did not speak from a prepared text, please fumish a copy of any outline or notes from which you spoke.

    Elena Kagan's Questionnaire for Her Nomination as Solicitor General

  • Against my Lord of Exeter have I but little to say; he was fumish

    In Convent Walls The Story of the Despensers

  • Judge which then lay upon the colony, esti - Davis has mialaken this obligation for mated at 600/.; agreeing, besides, to that assumed the next year by the un - fumish to the colony annually the value dertakers in agreeing to pay the 1800/. of 50?. in hose and shoes.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • The Housc Bill to fumish free text-books to the pupils of the public schools came down from the Senate, passed to be engrossed, in concurrence, with an amendment strik - ing out the title, and inserting instead the words

    Journal of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

  • It is interesting to note that among the référ - ences that he offers to fumish, are some from the

    De la philosophie de la nature

  • The almost invariable rule was that the owner of the boat must fumish for this hour the usual rations of whiskey.

    De la philosophie de la nature

  • A town furnish aid may fumish temporary aid to poor persons found therein, to certain havinff no lawful settlements within the commonwealth, if Reniov; ii. the board of public welfare consider it for the pubhc interest; and the board of public welfare shall in every case give written notice within ten days to the department of public welfare, which shall examine the case and order such aid as it deems expedient.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • The city of Newton is hereby authorized to Needham with fumish fi'om its watcr supply to the town of Needham,

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • For, as a looking-glass cannot exhibit the semblance or representation of the object set before it, and exposed to have its image to the life expressed, if that the polished sleekedness thereof be darkened by gross breathings, dampish vapours, and foggy, thick, infectious exhalations, even so the fancy cannot well receive the impression of the likeness of those things which divination doth afford by dreams, if any way the body be annoyed or troubled with the fumish steam of meat which it had taken in a while before; because betwixt these two there still hath been a mutual sympathy and fellow-feeling of an indissolubly knit affection.

    Gargantua and Pantagruel, Illustrated, Book 3


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