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Definition of "breathe out" []

  • To exhale. (verb)
  • To exhale (something). (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "breathe out" in a sentence
  • "Page 135 the whippowill; and many a poor fellow did breathe out his life in those gloomy shades, with the weird requiem of "whippowill" filling all the space of sound about him."
  • "While at Mrs. Barr's we borrowed "Shirley" from Mattie Newcombe, I read it aloud, some parts of it spoke so to my heart that I seemed to breathe out myself in reading them."
  • "Both in the same bed, we embraced each other with convulsive transport; we were almost suffocated; and when our young hearts found sufficient relief to breathe out our indigination, we sat up in the bed, and with all our force, repeated a hundred times, Carnifex!"