Synonyms for lung

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He had ample girth of chest at the cinches, where lung capacity is best measured.

Start slicing every lung in this place and look for those crystals.

There was a meeting, and Garfield was shot through the lung.

The ribs had been cut across, and some portion of the heart or lung seemed to protrude.

The lung was not yet attacked, but the bronchial tubes were affected.

For the sake of simplicity only one lung and one bronchus are shown.

Happily for her, he had turned these to other roads than the Lung' Adige.

The place was as noisy as a reckless expenditure of lung power could make it.

My poor one lung is working overtime, and a collapse is imminent.

When the lung is expanded, air rushes in; when it is contracted, the air is expelled.