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[fyoo-mi-gey-ter] /ˈfyu mɪˌgeɪ tər/
a person or thing that fumigates.
a structure in which plants are fumigated to destroy insects.
Origin of fumigator
1850-55, Americanism; fumigate + -or2 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Either this news station forgot to call the fumigator or this weather forecaster has a healthy imagination.
  • The fumigator should cover all corners and sharp ends with burlap or other padding to prevent the tarpaulin from ripping.
  • The fumigator is required to post a reentry notice on the property at the time the structure is judged safe for occupancy.
  • Colorimetric tubes, which are supplied by the fumigator, are used to measure gas concentration levels during aeration.
  • The properly signed form or a copy thereof shall be in the possession of the licensed fumigator when the fumigant is released.
  • The acceleration-deceleration control precisely times the fumigator fuel.
  • After a flood or fire, you may need to call a fumigator to remove lingering odors and mold.
  • The proposal required that employers obtain a warranty from the fumigator stating that the aeration period had been met.
  • Fumigations were conducted in a manner as was the custom of the fumigator.

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