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Synonyms for breath

Synonyms for breath

the vital principle or animating force within living beings

the act or process of breathing

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air breathed out, evidenced by vapor, odor, or heat

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Synonyms for breath

the air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration

an indirect suggestion

a slight movement of the air

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He has shown improvement in recent games as the Reds have kept three clean sheets but Benitez expects Insua will be better again once he has had a chance to catch breath.
We hardly dared catch breath as they flew in on rattling wings for a few precious sips of water before heading off into the night.
Hardly pausing to catch breath, Swansea forced a stream of corners and Robinson volleyed over from one, Smith's punch under pressure from the gangly Lawrence falling to him but not quite sitting down enough as Forest defenders charged out.
Although he takes representing his country very seriously indeed, David has barely had time to catch breath over the past 10 months and he clearly needs a rest.
Eleven versus nine in our favour for 50 minutes tells me there should only be one winner, and after that opening half there was hardly any time to catch breath.
As I tried desperately to catch breath following the welcome (for me, anyway) dog invasion I began to wonder if Clyde should bother turning up today.
Wearing a T-shirt, jeans and a baseball cap she barely has time to catch breath after the frantic performance.
JACKSON IRVINE 6 Rarely stopped to catch breath but often snarled up in cramped, messy midfield battle.
His one-day and Twenty20 assignments, for franchise and country, are set to take him to all points east and west in northern-hemisphere cricket - with barely a moment to catch breath between long-haul flights.
Generally, given the ever increasing strength of the private equity market, a slow down in deal making may be advisable to catch breath, but given the success of the sector over the past 20 years, its effects would appear to have been positive for the Welsh economy and its contribution is likely to continue.
While it was dull in the first period, there was hardly a moment to catch breath in the closing stages with Falkirk deserving their victory.
She blew the hard-serving qualifier Stevenson off court before the youngster could even catch breath.
But it's not all high drama, as the physical routines - most notably a girly night in front of the video - provide light relief and enable the audience to catch breath and take stock.
And MacDonald revealed he had barely had time to catch breath between the birth of his new son and Saturday's contest.
Then again, the international break might just have come at the right time; when you are winning, you don't want to stop but given Liverpool's results over the last few weeks, it might be best for everyone to catch breath and start again.