miasmal miasmal


  • (adj) filled with vapor



  1. Pedestrians in city streets gasped at the miasmal murk even as newspaper headlines screamed that their next breath might be a dose of poison.
  2. In Washington, there were the usual miasmal patches of gloom: the desperate financial plight of the British, the menace of Communism in the Far East.
  3. Marpurgo flits from group to group, breathing out night thoughts and miasmal metaphysics.
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