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Synonyms for breathe

inhale and exhale

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breathe in

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Synonyms for breathe

to breathe in and out

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to draw air into the lungs in the process of respiration

to expel air in the process of respiration

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to have reality or life

to tell in confidence

Synonyms for breathe

be alive

impart as if by breathing

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allow the passage of air through

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manifest or evince

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take a short break from one's activities in order to relax

reach full flavor by absorbing air and being let to stand after having been uncorked

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The series, which debuted 12 years ago, breathed life into the 1860s with richly detailed accounts from respected historians, narrated correspondence from the time and scores of photographs.
Some talent at Montrose would have breathed life into the old dog.
are recognized as the architectural innovators who exploded the tight, boxed-in hotel lobby and breathed life into it, creating a grand gathering place.
Michael Boulding made it three before a controversial refereeing decision breathed life into the game.
Alex Soteras: Nominated by the Agoura/Las Virgenes Chamber, Soteras breathed life into his chamber by increasing its membership from 200 to 700 members.
Containerization spawned companies that developed and manufactured shoreside equipment; it breathed life into the shipbuilding industry constructing vessels as long as the Empire State Building is high; it gave a new lease on life to some ports and spelled early death to others; the railroads were born-again; leasing companies were founded to rent equipment to steamship companies; competitors began forging alliances with each other to pool assets in a capital-intensive environment; shoreside and seagoing labor honed skills and became technological practitioners; it mandated the rewriting of shipping legislation, and even changed the ways that wars were fought.
White Australia loves Freeman because she has breathed life into its moribund track program (her gold medal was the first won by the Australia in track since 1988).