exhale

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Synonyms for exhale

Synonyms for exhale

to expel air in the process of respiration

Synonyms for exhale

give out (breath or an odor)

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The violets exhaled their sweet breath, whilst I pressed against the windowpanes covered with fantastic frost-work the copper coin I had heated on the stove, and so made peep-holes.
It was unusually early for him; his whole person exhaled the charm of almost dewy freshness; he wore his blue cloth overcoat unbuttoned; his boots were shiny; his cheeks, freshly shaven, had a sort of gloss; and even his heavy-lidded eyes, refreshed by a night of peaceful slumber, sent out glances of comparative alertness.
The birds were all at roost, the daisies on the green had closed their fairy hoods, the honeysuckle twining round the porch exhaled its perfume in a twofold degree, as though it lost its coyness at that silent time and loved to shed its fragrance on the night; the ivy scarcely stirred its deep green leaves.
The volume of air inhaled and exhaled is displayed on a monitor.
Both products triggered sharp reductions in exhaled nitric oxide among 25 volunteers.
Scientists have developed a new technique that can help detect early stages of lung cancer, by analysing a person's exhaled breath.
Washington, Oct 29 ( ANI ): Lung cancer may be detected in patients by testing their exhaled breath, researchers have claimed.
Volatile organic compounds are continuously generated by the human body and partially emitted in exhaled breath and through the skin, as well as other pathways.
This type of inflammation is associated with increased production of the gas nitric oxide, and this gas can be measured in the exhaled breath.
used fractional exhaled nitric oxide (FENO) as a marker of lung inflammation.
In this article, the effects of mouth covering on the co-occupant's exposure are numerically studied under three commonly employed ventilation systems, and the dispersion of exhaled droplet residuals at different coughed airflow velocities is also evaluated under a mixing ventilation system.
The company founders made the discovery that exhaled nitric oxide (eNO) is an effective biomarker of eosinophilic airway inflammation.
highlighted recent clinical panel presentations underscoring the positive impact of measuring exhaled nitric oxide (eNO) for treating asthma in adults and children.
Many patients with asthma symptoms have normal lung function tests but high levels of exhaled nitric oxide.