other words for air out
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Then the chest becomes smaller again, and blows the air out.
Pour a little boiled linseed oil over the top to form a skin to keep the air out.
"Sit down," invited Mr. Connors, pushing a chunk of air out of the way with his guns.
The weight of the victim's body tends to force the air out of his lungs.
But instead of making it colder inside, it was really like a thick blanket that kept the air out.
Pump all the air out of water, however, and it loses this obliging character in a great measure.
He landed on his back, and a knee in the chest drove the air out of him.
As soon as the steam begins to come into the radiator, it forces the air out of the valve.
"It's just possible we'll wreck the ship, let the air out of her or something, if we experiment," he warned.
The room is close enough, as it is, without keeping the air out of it in that way.