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Yet it kept off some of the chill night air, and the miasmatic breath of that “dismal swamp.”
NURSE AND SPY IN THE UNION ARMYS. EMMA E. EDMONDS
Trees were thrown down, and lie rotting in the black and miasmatic water.
THE NAVAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATESWILLIS J. ABBOT.
Diarrhea, typhoid fever, and other miasmatic maladies, became almost universal.
THREE YEARS IN THE SIXTH CORPSGEORGE T. STEVENS
Their course now lay for many leagues through a low country, abounding in lakes, and miasmatic marshes, and sluggish rivers.
HERNANDO CORTEZJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
The air was damp, oppressive and miasmatic, probably because of the rank vegetation that grew everywhere.
UP THE FORKED RIVEREDWARD SYLVESTER ELLIS
There were a multitude of flying objects to be seen in the miasmatic air.
THE FORGOTTEN PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER
He wandered into the miasmatic world again, leaving them all touched, yet oppressed.
THE ENTAILED HATGEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND
Even his strong constitution could not withstand the "miasmatic" vapor of the lowlands near the Western watercourses.
A DREAM OF EMPIREWILLIAM HENRY VENABLE
Dr. Loomis actually classifies tuberculosis among miasmatic contagious diseases.
HAPPINESS AS FOUND IN FORETHOUGHT MINUS FEARTHOUGHTHORACE FLETCHER
The sun blistered them by day; clouds of pests tormented them by night; miasmatic lowlands threatened them both night and day.
THE MAGNIFICENT ADVENTUREEMERSON HOUGH
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