Fumid

Fu´mid


a.1.Smoky; vaporous.
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Forgive the over-heated enthusiasms, the fumid prose.
In our musty attic, I would unwrap a cobwebbed silk shawl, untie pieces of knotted lacy ribbon, rub them against my cheek, breathe in their sweet, fumid fragrance.
amp; how rich are the smoky spectrum of colors--from sooty blacks to fecal browns to fumid blues to pustulant-yellows, from bruised purples to pre-nuptial pinks to mothers-of-pearl to tarnished silver shades of heron bill & "fairywing.