This is my last call and Im going home now to fumigate my clothing.
fumigate—To smoke a room, or any article needing to be cleansed.
In many cases, however, it will be sufficient to fumigate it with burning sulphur, and then to air it for several days.
They carry their preventive with them; they sweat and fumigate all the day long.
Nothing else could be done except to fumigate the “between-decks,” that operation rather adding to the heat than otherwise.
When it is over, then he shall go, and we will fumigate the place.
All who can keep them safe should have green frogs by the score in every house which they do not fumigate.
It is used to fumigate buildings, being a valuable disinfectant.
He cleaned up the valley except the town of Dirty Water and that was too tough even for Adam to fumigate.
Same time you can keep on fetching brush to fumigate your cat hole.
fumigate fu·mi·gate (fyōō'mĭ-gāt')
v. fu·mi·gat·ed, fu·mi·gat·ing, fu·mi·gates
To subject to smoke or fumes, usually in order to exterminate pests or disinfect.