- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of breathe in.
“Have her lie down, place her hands (or, for younger children, a stuffed an-imal) on her belly, and watch the hands (or animal) move up and down as she breathes in through her nose and slowly exhales through her mouth.”
“Traine remarks with justice: "Anyone who reads the teachings of the Gnostics breathes in an atmosphere of fever and fancies himself in a hospital, amongst delirious patients, who are lost in gazing at their own teeming thought and who fix their lustrous eyes on empty space" (Essais de crit. et d'histoire, Paris,”
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