He could perceive the effluvium borne from the hateful insects: there was no longer cause to doubt.
Some people give forth an effluvium, which is more visible than that of others.
If there remains the least effluvium of the fox the hound will detect it.
I am inclined to think, that this effluvium is not altogether an imaginary phenomenon.
Moreover, the effluvium arising from so many rapidly decomposing carcasses was, of itself, a sufficient deterrent.
The effluvium is visible under other conditions, which are worth noting.
There is an optima distance for the realisation of this effluvium.
Dorothy buried her face in the roses to get rid of the effluvium of such vulgarity.
We can also compare it with the effluvium which emanates from electrified bodies.
This word is effluvium in the singular, and effluvia in the plural.
effluvium ef·flu·vi·um (ĭ-flōō'vē-əm)
n. pl. ef·flu·vi·ums or ef·flu·vi·a (-vē-ə)
A shedding, especially of hair.
An exhalation, especially one of bad odor or injurious influence. No longer in technical use.