exhaled

[ eks-heyl, ek-seyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF exhaled

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He smiled indulgently, and exhaled a long wreath of smoke from his nostrils.

She attempted a reproachful glance, but exhaled happiness like a fragrance.

When they moved their sleeves, a delightful fragrance was exhaled.

She exhaled a scent of earth, hay, fresh air, and open skies.

One of these was for the admission of fresh air, and the other for the expulsion of that which was exhaled.

Cameron exhaled with relief that it was not one of the other sarghs in the household.

She exhaled fashion and the air of being exactly the right thing.

All about them the flowers nodded and exhaled their perfume.

Never had he exhaled youth so violently, yet never had he looked such a man.

He drew in a deep breath, watching the swirl of white as he exhaled.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400, from Middle French exhaler (14c.), from Latin exhalare "breathe out, evaporate," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + halare "breathe." Related: Exhaled; exhaling.