breathe[ breeth ]SEE DEFINITION OF breathe
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BREATHE
The winter was somewhat rainy, but of a mild dampness; so the air was pleasant to breathe.
He tugged at his collar as if to breathe the easier, cleared his throat and began again.
Thoughts that breathe and words that burn did not drop from his lips as from Danton's.
Your promise was to be with me in my dying moments, and to let me breathe my last in your arms.
Every little while she had to put her offspring down to rest and give it a chance to breathe.
The air was difficult to breathe for a length of time consecutively.
So very right, that I believe no satirist could breathe this air.
Harry heard Dora breathe quick and quicker, but she said nothing.
There were long pauses during which he seemed to cease to breathe.
Walter began to breathe quickly, and his lips were agitated; then he set them obstinately.