breathe in

Definitions

  • Breathed in his Face 339
    Breathed in his Face 339
  • WordNet 3.6
    • v breathe in draw in (air) "Inhale deeply","inhale the fresh mountain air","The patient has trouble inspiring","The lung cancer patient cannot inspire air very well"
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Quotations

  • Georges Clemenceau
    Georges%20Clemenceau
    “A man who waits to believe in action before acting is anything you like, but he's not a man of action.. You must act as you breathe.”
  • William Shakespeare
    William%20Shakespeare
    “I told you, sir, they were red-hot with drinking; so full of valor that they smote the air, for breathing in their faces, beat the ground for kissing of their feet.”
  • William Butler Yeats
    William%20Butler%20Yeats
    “I balanced all, brought all to mind, the years to come seemed waste of breath, a waste of breath the years behind, in balance with this life, this death.”
  • Alexander Pope
    Alexander%20Pope
    “What's fame? a fancy'd life in other's breath. A thing beyond us, even before our death.”
  • Richard Dreyfuss
    Richard Dreyfuss
    “My worst fear is that I'll end up living in some run-down duplex on Wilshire wearing pants hiked up to my nipples and muttering under my breath.”
  • William Londen
    William Londen
    “To insure good health: Eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life.”

Usage

In literature:

If in the cervical region, it may cause interference in breathing and the action of the heart.
"Special Report on Diseases of the Horse" by United States Department of Agriculture
Only was life in her hot eyes, and the trifling rise and fall of the bed covering as she breathed.
"The Heart of Unaga" by Ridgwell Cullum
So now, tired, grimy, and with his head aching dully from the long breathing of foul air, he was in no humor for comprehensive amiability.
"The Promise" by James B. Hendryx
Both sensations were gone in the time of a drawn breath, leaving only astonishment in their wake.
"The Thing from the Lake" by Eleanor M. Ingram
You breathe it in and out as you live, every minute.
"The Squirrel-Cage" by Dorothy Canfield
And if one can draw a free breath in this new land.
"A Little Girl in Old Quebec" by Amanda Millie Douglas
It is in the ground on which you tread, in the water you drink, in the air you breathe.
"Fragments of science, V. 1-2" by John Tyndall
As it lowered inch by inch, he stood up in the rope coils; and what he saw in it fairly took his breath.
"The Rich Little Poor Boy" by Eleanor Gates
She didn't know why her breath suddenly caught in awe.
"The Snowshoe Trail" by Edison Marshall
Paul, as he breathed, absorbed belief and confidence in their success.
"The Eyes of the Woods" by Joseph A. Altsheler
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In poetry:

In the valley down below
'Neath his footsteps spring the flowers,
And the meadow
In his breath finds life.
"Mahomet's Song" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Yet since man's praise ringing
May seem good to Thee,
I will praise Thee singing
While Thy breath's in me.
"At The Dawn" by Shlomo ibn Gabirol
The days will rally, wreathing
Their crazy tarantelle;
And you must go on breathing,
But I'll be safe in hell.
"Braggart" by Dorothy Parker
"The breath of one of evil deed
Pollutes our sacred day;
He has no portion in our creed,
No part in what I say.
"The Gray Brother" by Sir Walter Scott
The mouth of a raging Etna
With its stifling breath of fire,
Wherein the pride of a city
In a moment may expire;
"The Desirable Undefined" by Jared Barhite
A moment's brightness in the sky,
To vanish at a breath,
And die away, as soldiers die
Upon the wastes of death.
"The Star-Shell" by Patrick MacGill

In news:

When a new rock bar sprang up in Westport earlier this year, the scene held its breath to see what would happen.
The terms "centenarian" and "cashing in" are rarely used in the same breath among tourism officials, but that may be changing—at least in a remote county in the Guangxi Zhuang region of China.
Here is an excercise that I always do when I am broken hearted, drowning in the waters of depression, breathing the fires of fury, or simply suffering from writer's block.
In essence, you are helping her to tread water until she can catch her breath and begin swimming on her own again.
MINNEAPOLIS – Trevor Mbakwe breathed a huge sigh of relief in April when the NCAA granted the star Minnesota forward a sixth season of eligibility, giving him one more chance in a college career full of them.
Cultural institutions in Cleveland can take a grateful, deep breath.
For every heart attack that strikes with chest pain, shortness of breath and nausea, almost two more slide in under the radar among older adults, a new study found.
Place it in Cabinet of Wonders next to vial of Lincoln's Morning Breath.
Watercolour struggles to breathe in age of new media art.
COLUMBIA — Squeegee in hand, Ben Appleton takes a deep breath and begins.
Woodsmoke is the prime culprit driving spikes in sooty, toxic air that's leaving Seattle and Tacoma residents gasping for breath.
In fact, during most of the yawn , there is no breathing at all.
It is my dream that one day "Life is Heald" is a nationally syndicated, must-read column mentioned in the same breath as Dave Barry.
However, in the next breath, she emphasized that she and fellow Democrats "object" to raising the eligibility age for Medicare.
Hours on your feet along busy roads, holding up oversized advertising signs, baking in the hot Southern California sun, breathing the fumes from passing traffic.
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In science:

In addition, a sphere can naturally measure the amplitude of the non-degenerate monopole mode, as it is conceptually simple to sense the amplitude of an isotropically breathing pattern.
The detection of Gravitational Waves
Such a procedure is e.g. justified when one is interested only in the frequency of the changes for instance (typical applications are breathing patterns, heart rate variability, and the study of the synchronisation of signals such as heart rate and breathing).
Review of Nonlinear Methods and Modelling
General relativity predicts only the first two transverse quadrupolar modes, independently of the source, while scalar-tensor gravitational waves can in addition contain the transverse breathing mode.
Was Einstein Right? Testing Relativity at the Centenary
Massless scalar-tensor gravitational waves can in addition contain the transverse breathing mode (c).
The Confrontation between General Relativity and Experiment
The abrupt breakdown of hydrodynamics in the radial breathing mode was also observed at Duke University [125].
Ultracold Fermi gases in the BEC-BCS crossover: a review from the Innsbruck perspective
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