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miasma

noun as in effluvium

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It’s also possible the miasmas of their lives and interests will swirl off in other directions for any number of other reasons independent of how they feel about each other.

A pandemic raced over the land, there were wildfires, uneasy political divisions, and we gasped in the miasma of social media.

Since then, a black miasma of recursive vengeance has descended upon Iraq.

The air of CGI is thick with the miasma of biz-school neologisms.

And I wonder if what we are looking at with the “fly by” of Minneapolis might not be a form of miasma—called boredom.

Tories will wax eloquent on "the pink miasma of revolutionary Radicalism."

The pollution (miasma) of sin is precipitated by his blood, the power of sin is conquered by his Spirit.

But we rather overdid the miasma, so it was abolished by mutual consent.

Many of the women were adding their cigarette-smoke to the haze settling over all like a gray miasma.

Miasma has polluted the atmosphere so long that people do not know the feeling of untainted air.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to miasma, such as: fetor, fumes, gas, mephitis, odor, and pollution.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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