American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. inhaler
- n. a breathing device for administering long-term artificial respiration
- n. a dispenser that produces a chemical vapor to be inhaled in order to relieve nasal congestion
“Hopefully if his asthma attacks he won't need his 'breathalyzer' or 'inhalator' .....”
“And tucked into the corner of the living room is a green oxygen inhalator.”
“At age 10, I insisted upon going away to Camp Chi, an overnight camp in nearby Wisconsin, and spent almost the entire two weeks in the infirmary, with an adrenaline inhalator next to my bed.”
“Chatterji pulled out his sinus inhalator and had a drag.”
“Yes, we'd like that," Chatterji said, having a leisurely drag on his sinus inhalator.”
“But there was a security breach," said Chatterji, groping for his nasal inhalator and taking a fortifying drag.”
“He affected tuxedoes and moreover had a jade cigarette holder, in which he kept a menthol inhalator.”
“Chatterji, who was rather good-looking, regarded them coolly as he drew out his sinus inhalator and took a drag.”
“My God, it's beautiful," sighed Chatterji, pulling out his sinus inhalator and taking a sensuously deep drag.”
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