exhalation

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Synonyms for exhalation

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

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Synonyms for exhalation

exhaled breath

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Count your breaths: on exhalation count one, on the next count two and so on for a count of 10, then start over again.
Raw is less at large lung volumes, as encountered at the end of forced exhalation, and greater when measured at small lung volumes or at the beginning of the exhalation.
But their playful pants are not as musical as ours and instead of being made up of extended exhalations, they are produced by breathing in and out.
One tone represents inhalation, and the second, a longer tone, is for exhalation.
It is first and foremost responsible for the production of the exhalations (I 4, 341b6-10).
Catherine gasped for hair, as she was winded by the fall, and her faint breath was visible as a grey vaporous exhalation.
The research found that cheap breathalysers get contaminated by deposits from exhalations, increasing the chance of a false reading.
People's exhalations and body heat affect a cave's temperature and humidity, and, as mentioned in the article, cells and hair that people shed can nourish microbes.
and even here, some exhalations of CO2 need to occur to assure a
Foetuses showed a "startle" response to the noise along with deep inhalations and exhalations, an open mouth and a quivering chin - all signs of crying.
His exhalations were a by-product, just waste material produced by unseen internal mechanisms.
We hear a chorus of hyberbolic orgasms, and then exhalations of smoke puff out of the village chimneys.
But none of them prepared us for the shrieking in tennis - the exhalations of tortured lungs that accompany every swing of the racket.
Garza-Valdes demonstrates that it was not painted on, but he does not believe that it could have been formed by exhalations from the body it covered.
He contends proper breathing - long, slow inhalations and longer exhalations - is critical to the relaxed state necessary for success in a game so often affected adversely by stress.