One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Through the open windows the heavy, damp night came miasmically floating in, the very cigarettes mildewed in my pockets.’
- ‘Who can stare the dragon of human despair in the face, which is so miasmically present in the subconscious of mankind, and wink at it?’
- ‘And my characterization of your attitude is no lie; it positively rises miasmically from the swamp of your fallaciously ad hominem rhetoric.’
- ‘Sometimes the sweat miasmically mingles in with the just-as-warm tears from my rubbed-raw eyes.’
- ‘I mean that the posts themselves ought to be couched in a way that is not so miasmically depressing.’
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