Sentence example with the word 'suspiration'

suspiration

Definition n. an utterance made by exhaling audibly

Last update: September 26, 2015


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With brief suspiration he reassumed the candle, reascended the stairs, reapproached the door of the front room, hallfloor, and reentered.   [Please select]

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As they swung open and the cool night breeze blew in his face, a great suspiration of relief passed from him.   [Please select]

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Suddenly Allie was arrested by a loud, long suspiration--a heave of heavy breaths in the room of the gamblers.   [Please select]

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She rose to her feet with a great suspiration, with a light in her eyes and a trembling smile.   [Please select]

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A great soothing suspiration of peace seemed to swell from it all to lap the traveler like the moist balminess of a semi-tropical sea.   [Please select]

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The May night was still, but a faint suspiration, heavy with the fragrance of jasmin flowers, stirred the Venetian blind before the open window and rustled the moon-silvered leaves of the aspens outside.   [Please select]

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