n.1.The quality or state of being sulphureous.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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[8.sup.vo]'.(11) There, while looking vainly for allusions yoking gold, leprosy, and lepers, we found (1) many instances of the 'jargon' Johnson imputes to Geber (e.g., 'THEY ['Bodies in General'] are Prepared and Depurated by the aforesaid, according to the Intention of Fire in this manner: These imperfect Bodies have superfluous Humidities, and a combustible Sulphureity, with Blackness generated in them, and corrupting them: also they have in them an Unclean, Feculent, Combustible, and very Gross Earthiness, impeding Ingress and Fusion', 9, passim) and (2) several explicit statements that the author is addressing initiates and budding initiates ('We published this Art [alchemy or chemistry] found by Us only, for our selves only, not for others.