flyspray


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flyspray

(ˈflaɪˌspreɪ)
n
a liquid used to destroy flies and other insects, sprayed from an aerosol
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Instructions on this can of flyspray say: "Do not spray in eyes".
A FOUR-YEAR-OLD boy left home alone while his mother went to buy sweets was turned into a human fireball when he ignited a flyspray aerosol beside a lit candle, a court heard yesterday.
"One of them sprayed flyspray around the room to make her believe it was gas."
Barring the best-known stories, there's also the tale about finding a rat in a hotel room in Bali and two men, in Balinese dress, turning up ten minutes later at his door, with a broom and 'two massive cans of flyspray'.
I didn't have any flyspray so I had to Pledge them to death.