10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MIASMOUS»
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Chambers English Thesaurus
319 miasma, pestilence, poison, pollution, taint, virus. infectious adj catching,
communicable, contagious, contaminating, corrupting, deadly, defiling, epidemic,
infective, miasmic, miasmous, pestilential, poisoning, poisonous, polluting, ...
Constructing Post-Colonial India: National Character and the ...
We have been plunged into darkness! A miasmous haze! (Renu 1954/1984:326)
The doctor's peculiar angle on things does not go unnoticed, and as part of a
concerted drive to round up 'subversive elements' he is placed under house
The Lower South in American History
The sun's progress through the heavens is the hard march of a ruthless
conqueror. The rank vegetation fairly chokes the earth. Insects buzz and sting
and irritate. Serpents writhe to the surface of miasmous streams. Beasts palpitate
and grow ...
Southampton: Gateway to the British Empire
... were suspected, by Nightingale and others, of providing a conduit for infection (
just as Southampton Water and its miasmous shores posed the same threat).
Whatever the truth, 'one of the first problems' that confronted Netley's
The Wordsworth Thesaurus: For Home, Office and Study
Infectious adj. catching, communicable, contagious, contaminating, corrupting,
deadly, defiling, epidemic, infective, miasmic, miasmous, pestilential, poisoning,
poisonous, polluting, spreading, transmissible, transmittable, venemous, virulent,
Wordsworth, William, 1993
Willie's Time: Baseball's Golden Age
Presented with the ring of eternal truth, this in fact was miasmous shibboleth. "It
may be true that a law can't make a man love me," Martin Luther King said. "But it
can restrain him from lynching me, and that's pretty important." Even more to the ...
Harper's Magazine: (1883-1884)
now is known as the Maremma, where swamps and woods cover cities and fields
, and some herds of wild cattle and their half-savage keepers are the only
occupants of a fertile but miasmous desert. Melancholy facts are these, and yet to
Chambers English-Hindi Dictionary
Pmrtfafe* miasma n. f^TrP iTW, tfsfa; also miasm; p/. miasmata, miasmas, miasms
; aajs. miasma!, miasmatic, miasmatous, maismic, miasmous fkqm ^m tfíát, щЬ* ч
^ь miaul v./. таЛж-пгТз; spxTT; л. *TÎ3;- *TÎ3; mica л. srvRT, <H«K+; />/. micas; ...
Sureśa Avasthī, Indujā Avasthī, 1981
The Chambers Crossword Dictionary, 3rd edition
Chambers. miasma 04 reek 05 fetor, odour, smell, stink 06 stench 07 malaria 08
mephitis 09 effluvium, pollution miasmal 04 foul 05 fetid 06 foetid, putrid, smelly
07 miasmic, noisome, noxious, reeking 08 mephitic, miasmous, polluted, stinking