- a device that spreads a chemical, as an insecticide, in the form of a fog.
Origin of fogger
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Examples from the Web for fogger
This programme emanated from no carter or shepherd, ploughman or fogger.
The fogger and milker, on the other hand, are often exposed to the most violent tempests.
A fogger who pays out the shillings from his warehouse receives them back again in a few minutes over the counter of his store.
The "fogger" on a snowy morning in the winter has to encounter about the most unpleasant circumstances imaginable.The Toilers of the Field
These shillings he takes to the fogger's store and exchanges for tea and other articles.