Miasm in a sentence as a noun

Strangled, by this intellectual miasma that seeks to consume our world with ****.

The passion had long since left, the three remaining programmers were just ticking off days, and a sort of miasma of sadness and despair hung in the air.

A few still sane try to stop that, you try to divide caves with doors to stop the miasma and insane dwarves, but then the sane one die or go insane from starvation.

I mean we use emacs/vim, pretend that virtualization can count as security and seem utterly choked in our own miasma of complexity.

That's a very testable thing: find the policy, directive, or law that is racist and cite it. Don't throw out the term as a kind of pervasive but subtly intangible miasm that we have to expunge from our midst like Satan's influence on 16th century New England.

It's not like institutionalized racism is some "subtly intangible miasm".

They have some good new forward-looking products, and they're suffocating them in a scattered go-to-market strategy, and a miasma of confused branding, marketing, and advertising.

Miasm definitions


an unwholesome atmosphere; "the novel spun a miasma of death and decay"

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unhealthy vapors rising from the ground or other sources; "the miasma of the marshes"; "a miasma of cigar smoke"

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