- mepivacaine hydrochloride,
Origin of mephitic
Examples from the Web for mephitic
Yet he believed in the goblins, to whom miners ascribe the effects of mephitic exhalations.
The air was full of a deafening roar, hysterical shouts, and mephitic curses.The Russian Turmoil|Anton Ivanovich Denikin
The fungus lived its life and finally fell to pieces, yielding inodorous fibre and mephitic spirit.The Weird Sisters, Volume II (of 3)|Richard Dowling
Slimy and damp it was, with a mephitic smell and ugly pools of water settled in the ancient road-bed.Darkness and Dawn|George Allan England
A deluge of rain has drenched the land, from which mephitic vapours rise to clog our spirits.Four Months Besieged|H. H. S. Pearse
Word Origin for mephitic
1620s, "of poisonous smell," from Late Latin mephiticus, from Latin mephitis, mefitis "noxious vapor" (also personified as a goddess believed to have the power to avert it).