Definition Of pestilentially
harmful or destructive to crops or livestock.
these pestilential lichens flourish only in unpolluted air
Example Of pestilentially
During the hot weather it's a pestilential place, populated by heavy clouds of biting insects.
He found a population of about 150 Malay inhabitants and a tropical rainforest edged by pestilential swamps.
Her mixture burned the pestilential corpses that threatened the defenders and her illuminations at night thwarted Vandal attacks.
If there is a powder-like whitish coating covering the tongue surface, it is caused by the internal accumulation of summer-humid heat and is usually seen at the onset of pestilential diseases.
It has rid us of a pestilential politics based on religious hatred and elitist contempt for the poor.