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Saussure made similar experiments, and observed that the quantity of water exhaled by a sunflower amounted to about 220 lb.
Paterson buried his wife in that soil which, as he had assured his too credulous countrymen, exhaled health and vigour.
Then there came a dish of tripe, which exhaled a smell of onions, and which Madame Caravan made up her mind to taste.
This he dropped into some molten lead, but it was nearly all exhaled in smoke, and the residue was simply of a vitreous character.
WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIANWILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS
The fetid odor exhaled from the corpse caused a pestilence involving thousands of deaths.
Only a small portion of the total oxygen of the air is removed before it is exhaled.
She exhaled fashion and the air of being exactly the right thing.
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Trent flung himself into the armchair and exhaled a long breath.
TRENT'S LAST CASEE.C. (EDMUND CLERIHEW) BENTLEY
When loving hearts are separated, not the one which is exhaled to heaven, but the survivor it is which tastes the sting of death.
The smell of it was on her pillow at night; the sheets and blankets exhaled it; her food was impregnated with it.
THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION