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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

Descriptive words:
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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Book See wheezing used in context: 24 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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