- v. Simple past tense and past participle of breathe in.
“Gillespie breathed in the cool, moist scent of dew-slick grass and sweet cherry blossoms as he studied Wallace and Prejean.”
“Hebe sat on the side of the bath, her head bent down between her knees as she breathed in short, controlling gasps, trying not to faint again.”
“I went over and touched the flower's soft petals, breathed in its rich fragrance.”
“We all breathed in unison as we watched the pop-top rise.”
“The teacups had begun to steam, apparently of themselves, around midnight, and the house was full of the faint, thin fragrance that induced a sort of euphoria all through the rooms, breathed in with the perfume of the tea.”
“She breathed in the familiar scent of him from the bed-clothes, wondering what her tattoos were doing—probably spinning halfway off her face”
“I breathed in again, listening to the melodic BEEEEP! that followed.”
“She didn't even gasp; after a second her mouth opened wide, and when I drew her in with a hand on her rump she clung like a good 'un while I kneaded avidly and breathed in her heavy perfume … and then the blasted butler's step sounded at the stairhead, and she broke away, flushed and laughing, and quickly drew herself up, mock demure.”
“Sanderson, suddenly reanimated, breathed in sharply, then in one movement, stuck the car into gear and hit the accelerator.”
“Dante breathed in the smell of sweat and beer and the heady, smoky aroma of panic-peppered adrenaline and shivered as hunger twisted through him.”
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