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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 fresh air that had come in through the open door made it easier to breathe, but the rushing sound overhead grew louder, and as I looked upward through the bars of my empty rack I saw a red light flickering on the wall.
I had to fly low to get sufficient air to breathe, but I took a straight course across an old sea bottom and so had to rise only a few feet above the ground.
Do you know what this wretched fellow will do, if I give him time to breathe again?
I see that all is for the best," said Michel, "and that this atmosphere is a useful invention; for it not only allows us to breathe, but it prevents us from roasting.
We may cease marvelling at the embryo of an air-breathing mammal or bird having branchial slits and arteries running in loops, like those in a fish which has to breathe the air dissolved in water, by the aid of well-developed branchiae.
Unconsciously Pollyanna lifted her head higher--it seemed so hard to breathe.
Breathing is intermediate between the two: we normally breathe without the help of the will, but we can alter or stop our breathing if we choose.
Although he sometimes dreamed sentimentally of marriage in the abstract, of actual marriage, of marriage with a flesh-and-blood individual, of marriage that involved clergymen and 'Voices that Breathe o'er Eden,' and giggling bridesmaids and cake, Dudley Pickering was afraid with a terror that woke him sweating in the night.
For example when you press the panic button, you are more likely to have short, fast, shallow breaths, in anger; long forced breathes, and when happy or calm, its about slow, steady breaths or long inhalations and exhalations.
Parents should be alerted that there may be a sleep breathing disorder if a child breathes noisily at night, snores, sleeps with their mouth open (particularly with the head thrown back), has restless sleep, wakes frequently at night, wets the bed, grinds their teeth at night, has difficulty going to sleep, night terrors or bad dreams.
While the body normally breathes without help from the conscious mind, we can choose to control the way we inhale and exhale.
And when he wants a sip of tea, he stops speaking breathes in and out, takes a drink, lowers his cup, breathes again, and continues.
A relaxed person normally breathes about eight times a minute - the chronic hyperventilator 20 times or more.
Typically, a person living at sea level who vacations in the mountains for a few weeks breathes harder and harder over a period of 8 days and then maintains the heaviest breathing until returning home.
They were astonished to find that a baby mouse from Australia called the Julia Creek dunnart breathes oxygen through its skin