more breathed

[ bretht, breeth d ]SEE DEFINITION OF more breathed

Synonyms for more breathed

MOST RELEVANT
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE BREATHED

He kept still, and the man once more breathed naturally in his slumber.

Syria once more breathed freely, her commerce being under the combined protection of the two Powers who shared her territory.

"You have once more breathed life into a lost valley," Silvaris was at his side.

All arrangements were completed and our artist once more breathed the hill air to which he was born.

When the German cavalry were flung back from the rear of Vilna, the retreating Russians once more breathed freely.

Under the iron rule of Rome all provinces once more breathed freely.

Brady surrendered and was executed; the bushrangers, by degrees, disappeared, and the colonists once more breathed freely.

And when that blessed season once more breathed upon White Russia, Ivan woke to the memory of old desire.

The Christian world once more breathed freely and was grateful.

In a few minutes they stood in open air, and once more breathed freely.