noun, plural mi·as·mas, mi·as·ma·ta [mahy-az-muh-tuh, mee-] /maɪˈæz mə tə, mi-/.
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The settlement of "Eden" may be precisely what Dickens drew it: a miasmatic mud-hole.The American Mind|Bliss Perry
The air was damp, oppressive and miasmatic, probably because of the rank vegetation that grew everywhere.Up the Forked River|Edward Sylvester Ellis
He wandered into the miasmatic world again, leaving them all touched, yet oppressed.The Entailed Hat|George Alfred Townsend
There were a multitude of flying objects to be seen in the miasmatic air.The Forgotten Planet|Murray Leinster
The same may be said of fevers, particularly those occasioned by miasmatic or infectious virus.A Newly Discovered System of Electrical Medication|Daniel Clark