- v. Simple past tense and past participle of inhale.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. drawn into the lungs; breathed in. Inverse of exhaled.
“A class of non-steroid controller medicine that reduces the release of inflammation-causing chemicals from mast cells; available in inhaled and/or nebulized form.”
“Cystic fibrosis patients with chronic Pseudomonas aeruginosa airway infection require long-term inhaled antibiotic therapy," said Christopher M. Oermann,”
“The analysis, being published in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association, looks at a class of medications known as inhaled anticholinergics that are used to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.”
“His cheek flamed to see that every seal was broken, and the fresh aroma of every heart-breathed word inhaled by others, before they reached himself.”
“Let me begin with NKTR-061 amikacin inhaled, which is partnered with Bayer.”
“No .... nobody "inhaled" during the creation of this movie.”
“Was it really important what countries Bill Clinton had visited as a student during that same election, or whether he had "inhaled" when passed a joint in that same election?”
“I did a single puff of a joint (and "inhaled") 21 years ago after finishing undergrad and it got me so sick that I never touched anything like it or anything in the family of * oids since.”
“People who I just know cheat on their taxes (a little), who disregard highway speed limits (almost always), and who most certainly "inhaled" in college (maybe even more recently) suddenly become law and order fundamentalists.”
“I never, uh, 'inhaled' myself or did any kind of experimenting in that regard so I know I'm going to be 'the hippo', too, when my time comes with my kids.”
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