fume-filled

fume-filled

adj
(Chemistry) filled with pungent or toxic vapours
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In fume-filled rooms he grafted, where extraction ducts would rid.
The victims were found together in a fume-filled garage in Castlerock, Co Derry, in May 1991.
This despite scores of Mail readers putting pen to paper, overwhelmingly scathing of a laughable and derisory charade, that in every way possible is contrary to the ethics of a clean and environmentally-friendly traffic flow which will, inevitably, produce a smog and fume-filled atmosphere with dire implications of a severe asthmatic backlash.
Last week in Boston I thought I would suffocate from the fume-filled air in the 90-degree heat.
The 24-year-old bass guitarist and singer with the pop band narrowly escaped death in his fume-filled car in February last year.
I was pregnant before the ban on smoking in public and my then editor would summon me for meetings in the filthy, fume-filled smoking room.
Appreciating the government's initiative, Peta India director of veterinary affairs Dr Manilal Valliyate said: "Forcing bullocks that are often too sick and injured to pull heavy oil carts on busy, hot and fume-filled Mumbai streets is an act of extreme abuse, and we are thrilled to see that the government has now taken steps to put this archaic and illegal practice to an end.
Mr Fyfe, who left the force six years ago, was given a bravery award in 2001 for pulling a man trying to commit suicide from a fume-filled car.
The bodies of the deceased were found in a fume-filled car in Castlerock, Co Derry.
Expect a longer journey time, expect shunts as concentration and clutch pedals slip, expect fume-filled creeping to and fromwork.
splotts_lad HIGH Street is a lot better than the noisy, fume-filled route it once was.