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verb as in gasp for air

verb as in long for

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Example Sentences

I wore Nomad shorts from April through September but switched to pants in October.

While there might be a shift away from so-called hard pants when working from home, winter months might call for more coverage.

From Fortune

It’s nice to work from home in pajama pants, but the trade-off is that it puts the emphasis on people’s faces.

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He looked like an unmade bed, often wearing the same shirt, pants and rumpled tweed jacket with elbow pads as the day before.

Rather than suggesting you show up at dinner wearing hiking pants, one solution might be to bring along a blanket.

"You'll spoil your Sunday clothes," panted Mrs. Bolum, when she reached the floor again.

"I will try, monsieur," she panted through dry lips; and again she moved to do his bidding.

His limbs thrashed leadenly, his chest heaved and panted, his eyes opened.

"That was a hell o' a narrow shave," quietly observed Tam Donaldson, as they panted together, and tried to collect themselves.

"I tole ye I would cut yer heart out," he panted as he brandished the knife.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to panted, such as: blow, breathe, palpitate, huff, throb, and whiff.

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