stertorous[ stur-ter-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF stertorous
Synonyms for stertorous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STERTOROUS
There was something ominous about the spasmodic and stertorous breathing.
With that enigmatical comment he was silent save for stertorous breathing.
He seemed in a profound stupor, but there was no stertorous breathing.
The only sound was the stertorous breathing of the unconscious guard.
Anne shook him, but he did not awake, his breathing being slow and stertorous.
There was no sound now but of Markart's stertorous breathing.
The only evidence of life about him was the sound of stertorous breathing.
Eugene could scarcely stand the sickening, stertorous breathing.
But in a moment the silence was broken by a deep, stertorous rattle.
But there was none of the stertorous breathing that preceded trance.