My brethren, will ye suffocate in the fumes
of their maws and appetites
The smoke of forest fires hangs low over the surrounding landscape, its acrid fumes
smarting the eyes of a little party of six who stand waiting the coming of the train that is to bear them away toward the south.
Sir Francis, who was familiar with the effects of the intoxication produced by the fumes
of hemp, reassured his companions on her account.
For a minute, alcoholic fumes
kept the captain speechless.
Beef and venison, humps and haunches, buffalo tongues and marrow-bones, were constantly cooking at every fire; and the whole atmosphere was redolent with the savory fumes
of roast meat.
When they had forced a goblet of the fiery liquid upon him, Peter of Colfax regained his lost nerve enough so that he could raise his sword arm and defend himself; and as the fumes
circulated through him, and the primal instinct of self-preservation asserted itself, he put up a more and more creditable fight, until those who watched thought that he might indeed have a chance to vanquish the Outlaw of Torn.
On the death of his father, Ralph Nickleby, who had been some time before placed in a mercantile house in London, applied himself passionately to his old pursuit of money-getting, in which he speedily became so buried and absorbed, that he quite forgot his brother for many years; and if, at times, a recollection of his old playfellow broke upon him through the haze in which he lived--for gold conjures up a mist about a man, more destructive of all his old senses and lulling to his feelings than the fumes
of charcoal--it brought along with it a companion thought, that if they were intimate he would want to borrow money of him.
The potent fluids of McGary were disquieted and they sent new fumes
to his head.
It may be, Plato's great year, if the world should last so long, would have some effect; not in renewing the state of like individuals (for that is the fume
of those, that conceive the celestial bodies have more accurate influences upon these things below, than indeed they have), but in gross.
MONKEYS were forced to breathe fumes
from a new Volkswagen in rigged research to make people think diesel vehicles had become greener.
Choked-up roads are so bad for our health WE have got rid of smoking chimneys and dense fog and replaced them with deadly traffic fumes
- our town with its ring road and all approaching roads suffering from toxic fumes
breaching the clean air act.
are now collected by a flexible arm so there is more space to work and move around in, and fumes
are externally disposed of.