Thesaurus / pestilential
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The graves of thousands of English soldiers had been dug in the pestilential morass of Dundalk.
In the early German invasions of Italy whole armies and camps were swept away by the pestilential climate.
No animal can live where its baneful influence extends, and no man durst approach its pestilential shade.
Even the birds seem to avoid the place as pestilential, not having seen one of any kind so much as flying over.
In vain he entreated his wife to remove from the pestilential sphere of action—she would not leave him.
CURIOSITIES OF MEDICAL EXPERIENCEJ. G. (JOHN GIDEON) MILLINGEN
Burn up and blow out the confined air, that there shall be no pestilential foes to greet them on their own hearths.
HOPE MILLSAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
It is the same disease, he says, whether from the swamps of Walcheren, or the pestilential shores of Africa.
There has been of late a good deal of pestilential gossip by luxurious gentlemen at home about the Staff and its work.
The clothes, only that morning taken out of pickle to be aired by the good wife, were pestilential.
THE CATHEDRALJORIS-KARL HUYSMANS
No, not all the gold in the mines would get me to that pestilential plague spot.

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