Thesaurus / stertorous

opposites of stertorous

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But in a moment the silence was broken by a deep, stertorous rattle.
GHETTO TRAGEDIESISRAEL ZANGWILL
When coma or profound stupor exists, it may become jerking and spasmodic, or even simulate the stertorous respiration of apoplexy.
Flinging the door open, he confronted the startled bar-keeper empurpled and stertorous.
Nor did he stir again; only there came the sound of his stertorous breathing to indicate that he slept.
IN THE BROODING WILDRIDGWELL CULLUM
Breathing slow and stertorous, pulse weak, countenance livid.
There was something ominous about the spasmodic and stertorous breathing.
About them, bowed figures that breathed in stertorous gasps grappled desperately with grinding, smashing logs.
THE PROTECTORHAROLD BINDLOSS
There was unhappily no change in the symptoms, and stertorous breathing, which had commenced before, now continued.
He had gone all on a sudden as cool as Dick, and nothing but his stertorous breathing hinted of the rage which filled him.
His jokes were spoken in a low tone and followed by quick, stertorous breathing and roars and gestures of appreciation.

WORDS RELATED TO STERTOROUS

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