The sunburnt grass breathed a harvest breath of dry sweetness and content.
I could smell booze on his breath.
There is not a breath of wind.
Willie took a deep breath, and blew.
She breathed new life into the party.
On seeing this, he breathed out reproaches.
Save your breath to cool your porridge.
The joggers paused to catch their breath.
We had to pause frequently for breath.
Save your breath; you can't dissuade them.
Breathing asbestos-laden air may be hazardous to health.
There was not a breath in the air.
The article breathes the spirit of the age.
Food breathed into the windpipe can cause choking.
A sense of calm breathed from the landscape.
Later that night, the King breathed his last.
Breathing is an automatic function of the body.
The swimmer couldn't hold her breath any longer.
He sucked hard for air to keep breathing.
Breath masker with super wide field of vision.
We rescued wolf dogs from a backyard breather in San Diego.
Take a deep breath, then breathe out, and hold your breath.
深呼吸, 呼气, 屏气.
[everyone in the vicinity held their breath]
And it was seen as a breather from the trade war.
No, it's a heavy breather. I'll take what I can get.
Yeah, the teleportation and the freeze breath or, like, hot breath.
I mean, this is where Martin Luther King breathed his last breath.
I've got the PTA breathing down my neck.
A breather once in a while is important, like a market reset.
You know, I need time to take the breath. But my breath...
It would be nice to get a breather.
At some point, both teams would run out of air and need a breather.
Do let me feel a breath of air from the moors, just one breath! '
So using the incentive spirometer making sure their their breathing in and breathing out regularly.
We were scant of breath after the lengthy climb.
Reuben Just take a deep breath, Reuben.
Kelly took a deep breath. Then ...
" Too far, " she said, breathing hard.
Evan? Don't hold your breath waiting for him.
My rage just needs to catch its breath.