short-winded[ shawrt-win-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF short-winded
Synonyms for short-winded
- out of breath
- short of breath
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHORT-WINDED
"He aer a plaguey feller, he's that short-winded," grumbled Bill.
He was fat and short-winded and would suffer from the effort of laying on the blows.
The heart is affected; boys become "short-winded" as a result of the action on the heart.
Then they are like a short-winded boy, and do not do their work well.
His imagination is short-winded, dry, and apt to lose itself in speculation.
She panted a little as she spoke, like a short-winded lap-dog.
For in what does the short-winded poet himself excel the common unimaginative person who talks or who stares?
He loved symmetry of thought and symmetry of language; his spiritual tempo was quick; as a writer he was short-winded.
He was a big, thick-set, older boy than Bascom, but short-winded and inclined toward laziness.
Here again the indication is unambiguous that the Negro is short-winded, weak-lunged as compared with his White rival.