Only a few scattered huts could be seen through the pestilential
mists; but the appearance of the country soon changed, for it often happens in Africa that some of the unhealthiest districts lie close beside others that are perfectly salubrious.
He consigned them to red regions; he called upon the pestilential
wrath of strange gods.
I have a notion, and more than a notion, that I shall never pass back alive through these pestilential
Graves were hastily dug, and the pestilential
relics as hastily covered, because the dead were enemies of the living, and strove to draw them headlong, as it were, into their own dismal pit.
The first is, that the convention must have enjoyed, in a very singular degree, an exemption from the pestilential
influence of party animosities the disease most incident to deliberative bodies, and most apt to contaminate their proceedings.
The Arangi was a labour-recruit ship that carried the new-caught, cannibal blacks from remote islands to labour on the new plantations where white men turned dank and pestilential
swamp and jungle into rich and stately cocoanut groves.
Burns that photograph explained why the unloaded ship had kept sweltering at anchor for three weeks in a pestilential
hot harbour with- out air.
The members of the legislature will rarely be chosen with a view to those qualifications which fit men for the stations of judges; and as, on this account, there will be great reason to apprehend all the ill consequences of defective information, so, on account of the natural propensity of such bodies to party divisions, there will be no less reason to fear that the pestilential
breath of faction may poison the fountains of justice.
There is not an atom of Tom's slime, not a cubic inch of any pestilential
gas in which he lives, not one obscenity or degradation about him, not an ignorance, not a wickedness, not a brutality of his committing, but shall work its retribution through every order of society up to the proudest of the proud and to the highest of the high.
He wondered if it was the wind that was blowing the disease away and cleansing the pestilential
She remained a perfect woman all along her full tale of years, and not as some of them do become - a sort of slippery, pestilential
old man in petticoats.
What had begun actively to make the place impossible was a perfectly pestilential
young man of the name of Barstowe.