Which preposition to use with fume

of Occurrences 195%

Yet, now that I had come so close to it, I perceived that it fluctuated at times, though slightlyglowing and fading, much as do the fumes of phosphorus, when rubbed upon the hand, in the dark.

in Occurrences 12%

Now, however, I saw that it was not so; for the candles burned with a steady flame, and showed no signs of going out, as would have been the case had the change been due to fumes in the atmosphere.

with Occurrences 9%

" "We have not the same intention in regard to you, sir," replied Major Doyle, fuming with rage, for his "Irish was up," as he afterward admitted.

over Occurrences 8%

"I don't want to hear about it," said Oldfield, hurriedly, himself much embarrassed, and inwardly fuming over himself as a colossal idiot for entering upon such a conversation.

from Occurrences 6%

"Now, a few minutes later, to see another ship not three miles away, reduced to a piteous mass of unrecognizability, wreathed in black fumes from which flared out angry gusts of fire like Vesuvius in eruption, as an unending stream of hundred-pound shells burst on board it, just pointed the moral and showed us what might have been.

on Occurrences 4%

Nitric Acid, commonly known as Aqua Fortis, or Red Spirit of Nitre (a straw-coloured fluid, of the consistence of water, and which gives off dense white fumes on exposure to the air).Symptoms produced in those who have swallowed it.

into Occurrences 3%

I bought the day's paper, and tried to read it, as we flitted by the glimpses of dirty garret-life, through the forest of chimneys, gushing forth their thick morning fumes into the drizzly air, and over the dingy web of Salford streets.

at Occurrences 3%

Marius fumed at the credit gained by these aristocrats; and when Bocchus dedicated on the Capitol a representation of Sulla receiving Jugurtha's surrender, he could not conceal his wrath.

like Occurrences 2%

"Matters went very wrong at times: the doctor fumed like his little craters; growled out long-winded, exhaustive German imprecations: wouldn't even eat.

about Occurrences 2%

I was just drawing on the second leg of my trousers (for it was impossible to be comfortable in bed with that great creature fuming about), and I stopped with one leg in mid-air and gazed at him.

for Occurrences 2%

When, after Gratton had waited and fumed for upward of an hour, she went downstairs she looked cool and pretty, and quite unembarrassed.

as Occurrences 2%

She had been stationed here now for more than a weekthat is to say, ever since her predecessor was destroyed in a ball of flaming fumes as a result of having a bomb flung through the flimsy cloth envelope by a coursing and accurate aviator of the enemy.

beneath Occurrences 1%

THE NIGHTINGALE The while they fume beneath my tree I fill with song the enchanted dell THE TOADS The Toads, croak!

to Occurrences 1%

Magninus is of Crato's opinion, "They trouble the mind, sending gross fumes to the brain, make men mad," especially garlic, onions, if a man liberally feed on them a year together.

Which preposition to use with  fume