effluvia

[ ih-floo-vee-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF effluvia

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That trace of effluvia which in force could sicken a Terran, was his guide.

The streets and alleys reeked with the effluvia of a slave ship's between-decks.

I tell you, Kerr, added she, the effluvia from your shop is insupportable.

Zoz perfume, now so close to him, made him feel dizzy with its effluvia.

The communication of disease, either by personal contact with the sick or by means of effluvia arising from their bodies.

This word is effluvium in the singular, and effluvia in the plural.

Effluvia of these doings drifted necessarily to the Comptons.

But the notion is not taken away; it is nourished; it flourishes on its own effluvia.

With quivering nostrils she was inhaling the effluvia of the perfumes and of the couples.

Effluvia of a pestilential nature assailed me from every corner.