Having breath of a specified kind. Often used in combination: sour-breathed. (adjective)
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Use "breathed" in a sentence
"The air seemed a chilly balm, and the earth, after the heat of the day, now and again breathed soothingly against him."
"But usually, thereâ€ ™ s a trick to itâ€ powder or liquid breathed from the mouth, or a chemical reagent to reacts with carbon dioxide."
"Two years later, Martin breathed in the intoxicating scent of spice and metal."