fumy


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fum•y

(ˈfyu mi)

adj. fum•i•er, fum•i•est.
full of fumes.
[1560–70]
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The half-starved rats, at any rate, stole visibly out of their hiding-places, and sat on their hind-legs, snuffing the fumy atmosphere, and wistfully awaiting an opportunity to nibble.
Fumy brandies, potent ciders Make no Holbeins, make no Ryders.
Al-Darrab addressed the summit along with foreign experts, including Robert Schischka, managing director of Austrian National CERT; and Walter Fumy, chair of IT security standard at the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).