I long for the day I no longer have to think about this pestilential little locust.
When switched off to save supply, the result was pestilential odor.
And the worm which was beginning to fall asleep is roused again to pestilential fierceness.
Yet pestilential as is the clime, the scenery is very beautiful.
They delight in those steaming marshes which are pestilential to other beings, and wallow in stagnant water.
We got away from the pestilential Swamp and that poisonous ground.
Rome was the lonely and ruined capital of a pestilential desert, and its population was composed of marauders in various degrees.
Often they are underground, damp, and pestilential; always filthy.
First a country store; then a saloon begins to make its pestilential influence felt.
Its characters are not from foreign courts or the pestilential dens of foreign cities.
pestilential pes·ti·len·tial (pěs'tə-lěn'shəl)
Of, relating to, or tending to produce a pestilence.