miasmal


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Quentin speaks the last words of the novel while in the dark, transformed and panting in the miasmal cold air from the open window.
Its easy but assured lyric form, its count, saves it from the miasmal mists of content.
The report equivocated on the issue of contagion by contact with the sick, but it also endorsed the environmental, or miasmal, theory of causation (17).