[suhl-fer-flou-er] /ˈsʌl fərˌflaʊ ər/
a plant, Eriogonum umbellatum, of the buckwheat family, native to the western coast of the U.S., having leaves with white, woolly hairs on the underside and golden-yellow flowers.
- Sulphuric acid
noun 1. a colourless dense oily corrosive liquid produced by the reaction of sulphur trioxide with water and used in accumulators and in the manufacture of fertilizers, dyes, and explosives. Formula: H2SO4 Systematic name sulphuric(VI) acid
verb (used with object), sulphurised, sulphurising. Chiefly British. 1. sulfurize. verb (used with object), sulfurized, sulfurizing. 1. to combine, treat, or impregnate with sulfur. 2. to fumigate with sulfur dioxide.
verb 1. (transitive) to combine or treat with sulphur or a sulphur compound
adjective 1. sulfurous (defs 1, 2). 2. pertaining to the fires of hell; hellish or satanic. 3. fiery or heated. adjective 1. Also sulphureous. of, relating to, or resembling sulphur: a sulphurous colour 2. of or containing sulphur with an oxidation state of 4: sulphurous acid 3. of or relating to hellfire 4. hot-tempered