Noun(1) a colorless or yellowish oily liquid obtained by distillation of wood tar; used as an antiseptic(2) a dark oily liquid obtained by distillation of coal tar; used as a preservative for wood
Verb(1) treat with creosote
(1) The residents fear that the inhalation of creosote fumes, which have an odor like scorched tar, is yet another route of exposure in an already toxic environment.(2) We learn that the Cahuilla Indians in the Mojave Desert, where we are, inhaled the vapors from boiling creosote to treat respiratory infections.(3) The smell is due to creosote deposits in the chimney, a natural byproduct of wood burning.(4) Yesterday, kept waiting for the rain to stop so I could creosote the new step my neighbour replaced on the terrace, but I kept getting the timing wrong.(5) The common wood preservatives are creosote , penta-chlorophenol in oil, and copper and sodium napthanates.(6) Common aromatic compounds other than benzene include toluene, naphthalene, and anthracene, all of which are present in coal tar or creosote .(7) An original child's rocker is also kept here, which has been in the family for over 150 years, and is dosed with creosote in an effort to preserve the wood.(8) If you are really desperate, take advantage of the hot weather and slap a coat of creosote on the garden fence or shed.(9) ├ö├ç├┐I'm going home to creosote the fence,├ö├ç├û replied Shearer.(10) Soot and creosote build-up cause foul odors, excessive and carcinogenic smoke and fire danger.(11) However, the chemical often used to preserve the wood, coal tar creosote , can present some problems.(12) I've been bathed in creosote in Utah by a Native American Indian.(13) Avoid using wood treated with creosote or penta, as the vapors can injure some plants.(14) Agnes was leaning over the creosoted garden-gate, and behind her there stood a young man who had the figure of a Greek athlete and the face of an English one.(15) Leaning on a creosoted railing London makes sense.(16) One time her neighbour caught her creosoting her garden fence at five am in the morning.
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