respiration

[ res-puh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF respiration

Synonyms for respiration

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And moderation, as it was justly said once, is the respiration of the philosopher.

In the first instance it served only as an organ of respiration.

He was thinner than before, and his eyes were red and his respiration difficult.

It only hurries the respiration, and chokes the pulmonary vessels.

Jimmy's respiration was so rapid that it couldn't be counted, so faint that it couldn't be heard.

"Yes," she said breathlessly, as if the idea affected her respiration.

This apparatus combines the functions of locomotion and respiration.

The pupils will thus discover the nature of the respiration of the fish.

They are air-sacs, and are connected with the breathing or respiration of the larvæ.

Respiration is the only subject to receive more than a few lines.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RESPIRATION

exhalation

nounbreathing out
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