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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On an exhale, lift the legs up overhead into Plow pose.
Hold your breath for a count of seven, then exhale through the mouth (making the "whoosh" sound) for a count of eight.
When we exhale, it's like pouring the water out of the glass.
In the older babies studied, however, laughter was primarily produced only on the exhale, as is the case in older children and adults.
One of the students asks: "If we exhale carbon dioxide and inhale oxygen, why would mouth-to-mouth resuscitation be effective for a person who is not breathing?"
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Exhale slowly, and take two more breaths in and out.
Hold your breath for seven seconds then exhale through your mouth, taking eight seconds to exhale completely.
Exhale steadily as you continue forward, reaching your arms across the room and past your toes.
For this purpose, the insects are placed in a big chamber of an equipment made of glass, and the patient is asked to exhale into an adjacent smaller chamber.
However, a decade ago, University of Washington (UoW) research showed that rivers exhale large amounts of C[O.sub.2], suggesting that at least some of the matter was being broken down.
The first thing you teach with a contraction is a very natural exhale, showing that the body lightly curves.
Inhale through your nose without shrugging your shoulders or tensing your neck (you should feel air filling your lower back, which should not arch), and exhale as forcefully as you can through your mouth.