breather[ bree-ther ]SEE DEFINITION OF breather
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BREATHER
I'm goin' to take a breather for a few days an' lay again' 'em next week.
The guests at the big table were leaning back in their chairs taking a breather.
Mrs. Cowdery is essentially a breather and a bringer of peace.
I said to Miss White, who was taking a breather at the hall door.
"I take what you call a breather," answered the man stolidly.
So I am going to give Osgood another "breather" on foot instead.
Another epigram speaks of the breather, not of the runner, Ladas.
A breather, after you've studied the same stuff in Celestial Navigation.
The horses have come along at a smartish pace and will do with a breather.
"We'll have a breather now," said Hal, an hour after he and his comrades had set to work.