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- adj. Full of breath or odour; fragrant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of breath; full of odor; fragrant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of breath: as, “the breathfull bellowes,”
- Odorous; fragrant.
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Lying awake with back that burned beneath its lotioned rags, when lights were low, in the breathful silence of the hospital, he registered in his heart a terrible oath that he would die ere he would again be made such hideous sport for his enemies.
She took in a good breathful, coughed, then began sneezing.
Mr. Waples got a breathful of air from an explosion of bubbles, and boldly replied,
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A single breathful draws in more air molecules than there are breathfuls of air in Earth's entire atmosphere.
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