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Things wheezing often describes (“wheezing ________”)
sound, breath, cough, laugh, illness, child, sounds, type, patient, episodes, chuckle, man, sigh, gasp, stop, moan, bellows, voice, groan, halt, gasps, motor, bus, accompaniment, breaths, whisper, grunt, locomotive, disorders, character, cackle, chest, cry, lungs, week, heap, tone, rasp, whistle, organ, truck, harmonium, crescendo, sob, noises, refrigerator, difficulty, donkey, poodle, engine, strain, symptoms, dog, breathing, illnesses, melodeon, conditioner, ancient, rales, train, notes

How wheezing often is described (“________ wheezing”)
expiratory, recurrent, asthmatic, audible, persistent, mild, severe, loud, diffuse, episodic, acute, unilateral, occasional, nocturnal, subsequent, induced, intermittent, chronic, slight, much, bilateral, characteristic, frequent, bronchial, inspiratory, heavy, constant, generalized, pitched, transient, faint, focal, less, significant, active, respiratory, hoarse, marked, overt, horrible, paroxysmal, associated, prolonged, peculiar, continuous, odd, typical, laryngeal, monophonic, atopic, sudden, coarse, dry, onset, obvious, moderate, like, strange, minimal, terrible, prominent, soft, postbronchiolitic, patient, emotional, localized, polyphonic, distinct, painful, intractable, violent, intraoperative, familiar, shrill, calm, slow, rhythmic, refractory, musical, mournful, breathless, diminished

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See wheezing used in context: 24 poetry verses, 1 Shakespeare work, 3 definitions

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