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fogger

[fog-er, faw-ger]
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noun
  1. a device that spreads a chemical, as an insecticide, in the form of a fog.

Origin of fogger

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Historical Examples

  • This programme emanated from no carter or shepherd, ploughman or fogger.

    Hodge and His Masters

    Richard Jefferies

  • The fogger and milker, on the other hand, are often exposed to the most violent tempests.

    Hodge and His Masters

    Richard Jefferies

  • 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

    Richard Jefferies

  • These shillings he takes to the fogger's store and exchanges for tea and other articles.