Origin of fumarole
OTHER WORDS FROM fumarolefu·ma·rol·ic [fyoo-muh-rol-ik], /ˌfyu məˈrɒl ɪk/, adjective
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How to use fumarole in a sentence
The sharp smell of sulphur singed my nose hairs as we trotted across the boardwalk, gazing out at steaming fumaroles, brilliant aquamarine hot springs, and burbling mudpots.
The temperature of the vapor just within the fumarole is 184°, water boiling beside it at 189°.
This fumarole is only a bomb or rounded mass of enormous size, four or five metres in diameter.
But if the fumarole continues active, hydrochloric acid issues with the smoke, and often some time after sulphuric acid.
The temperature of the vapour within the fumarole was 184, and water boiled at 189.