sulfuryl

noun
sul·​fu·​ryl | \ˈsəl-fə-ˌril, -fyə-\

Definition of sulfuryl 

: sulfonyl used especially in names of inorganic compounds

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Sherwood’s home has been tented so that sulfuryl fluoride, a poisonous, odorless gas, can be sprayed inside. Bill Hanna, star-telegram.com, "Exterminating rare termites in Fort Worth home takes extreme measures," 27 June 2017

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First Known Use of sulfuryl

1867, in the meaning defined above

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sulfuryl

noun
sul·​fu·​ryl
variants: or chiefly British sulphuryl \ˈsəl-​f(y)ə-​ˌril \

Medical Definition of sulfuryl 

: sulfonyl used especially in names of inorganic compounds

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