- n. Plural form of breathing.
“When its last breathings from the warrior's throat”
Poems: Descriptive, Dramatic, Legendary and Contemplative, by William Gilmore Simms, Esq. In Two Volumes: Vol. I. I. Norman Maurice, a Tragedy; II. Atalantis, a Tale of the Sea; III. Tales and Traditions of the South; IV. The City of the Silent
“Wind there was none; for she vacillating and uncertain air which, from time to time, distended for an instant the lighter canvas of the vessel, deserved to be merely termed the breathings of a morning, which was breaking upon the main, soft, mild, and seemingly so bland as to impart to the ocean the placid character of a sleeping lake.”
“In the intervals between the soft breathings, the air grew heavy and balmy with the perfume of flowers and the exhalations of fat, living soil.”
“Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.”
““Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.””
““Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart””
“Tonight, I decided to snatch an extra bit of Mother's Day, a few extra minutes of your shrinking little-girl-hood, an extra few breathings-in of your sweet skin.”
“Origen calls her worthy of God, immaculate of the immaculate, most complete sanctity, perfect justice, neither deceived by the persuasion of the serpent, nor infected with his poisonous breathings "Hom. i in diversa";”
“Always a shock to remember them there, those great breathings close in the dark.”
“I see it not — I feel it not — it is but a shadowy name — a succession of breathings measured forth by night by the clank of a bell, by day by a shadow crossing along a dial-stone.”
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