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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to breaths:   (112 results)

Often used in the same context:
exhalation, respirations, inhalations, gulps, exhale, heartbeats, puffs, lungful, gasps, sips, nostrils, pulse, pauses, mouthfuls, sighs, catnaps, eternities, oxygen, narcosis, intubation, hyperventilation, valsalva maneuver, twitch, laryngospasm, gurgle, asanas, moments, whoosh, thready, retching, aliveness, spoonfuls, diastole, moans, whimpers, stillness, gurney, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, motionless, palpitation, ventricular fibrillation, instants, expiratory, blowholes, aspirate, breathers, exertion, glottis, clench, headshake, zzz, legs, sob, glub, anesthetizing, stanzas, stridor, minutes, candle flame, eyelids, clop, yawns, clammy, asystole, rheumy, oxygen mask, seconds, hup, naps, woofs, resuscitation, eyes, feet, yelp, repetitions, hours, backbends, oxygenation, airway, hug, eructation, cue, wails, snore, days, fingers, apnea, bursts, mouths, caesura, gaze, facial expression, staccatos, systole, grimacing, recumbency, inhaler, fibrillating, milliseconds, breathlessness, glassful, breath, pushes, beats, breathing, strokes, spurts, thuds, heartbeat, sweeps, whiffs, licks

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— Adjectives for breaths: deep, few, several, slow, long, shallow, short, quick, last, full, spontaneous, more...

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See breaths used in context: 5 rhymes, 7 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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