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Word Example of - breath

Example Sentences for breath

Her voice broke here, but she caught her breath and went right on.

For one breath there was an appalling silence on the mountainside.

The breath was clearly the "element" the lack of which rendered the body inanimate.

"We get a share in all this," Clif heard one of them whisper under his breath.

It was as if they had all been holding their breath till the worst was over.

"We are not losing anything," said the pilot, holding his breath.

Duncan almost held his breath, for there were signs of a storm.

“If you think so—” murmured Margaret, and stopped for breath.

At the end of the round, the big man was heaving for breath like a foundered horse.

Why not for ever and for ever feel That breath about my eyes?

Word Origin & History of - breath

    Word Origin & History

    breath O.E. bræð "odor, scent, stink, exhalation, vapor" (O.E. word for "air exhaled from the lungs" was æðm), from P.Gmc. *bræthaz "smell, exhalation" (cf. O.H.G. bradam, Ger. Brodem "breath, steam"), from PIE base *gwhre- "to breathe, smell."

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The Definition of - breath (noun)

    noun
    1.
    the air inhaled and exhaled in respiration.
    2.
    respiration, especially as necessary to life.
    3.
    life; vitality.
    4.
    the ability to breathe easily and normally:
    She stopped to regain her breath.
    5.
    time to breathe; pause or respite:
    Give him a little breath.
    6.
    a single inhalation or respiration:
    He took a deep breath.
    7.
    the brief time required for a single respiration; a moment or instant:
    They gave it to her and took it away all in a breath.
    8.
    a slight suggestion, hint, or whisper:
    The breath of slander never touched her.
    9.
    a light current of air.
    10.
    Phonetics.
    1. the air drawn into or expelled from the lungs to provide the generative source for most speech sounds.
    2. the audible expiration generating voiceless speech sounds, as (p), (k), (sh), etc.
    11.
    moisture emitted in respiration, especially when condensed and visible.
    12.
    a trivial circumstance; trifle.
    13.
    an odorous exhalation, or the air impregnated by it.
    14.
    Obsolete. exhalation or vapor.
    Idioms
    15.
    below / under one's breath, in a low voice or whisper; sotto voce:
    He protested under his breath because he was afraid to speak up.
    16.
    catch one's breath, to pause or rest before continuing an activity or beginning a new one; resume regular breathing:
    Let me catch my breath before I begin anything new.
    17.
    in the same breath, at virtually the same time; almost simultaneously:
    She lost her temper and apologized in the same breath.
    18.
    out of breath, exhausted or gasping for breath, in consequence of an effort; breathless:
    After climbing to the top of the tower, we were so out of breath that we had to sit down.
    19.
    save one's breath, to avoid futile talk or discussion:
    We were told to save our breath because the matter had already been decided.
    20.
    take away one's breath, to make one as if breathless with astonishment; surprise; stun:
    The sheer beauty of the sea took away my breath.
    Also, take one's breath away.