Ecclesiastical A ritual act of breathing on baptismal water or on the one being baptized.(noun)
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Use "insufflation" in a sentence
"A moment later there was a soft, almost inaudible insufflation; the door stirred and moved outward perhaps six inches, then stopped."
"And still Ehomba continued his unnatural insufflation, until the last of the blackness had vanished, drawn deep down within himself."
"Where the Gloss again hath it; "Those plagues which are inflicted by the insufflation of the devil, not by the hands of men.""