humidifier

[hyoo-mid-uh-fahy-er or, often, yoo-]
noun
1.
a device for increasing the amount of water vapor in the air of a room or building, consisting of a container for water and a vaporizer.
2.
any device for regulating the amount of water vapor in a specific container or area.

Origin:
1880–85; humidify + -er1

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humidifier (hjuːˈmɪdɪˌfaɪə)
 
n
a device for increasing or controlling the water vapour in a room, building, etc

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Example sentences
Other things you can do to help the flaky skin--run a humidifier, especially in
  the winter, while you sleep.
Collect the water that runs while you're waiting for it to heat up and use it
  to water plants or put in a humidifier.
Humidify the air with a cool mist humidifier or spend time in a steamy shower.
If your house is too dry, you should look into using a humidifier to add
  moisture.
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