“Straining with both arms, I snip the laces and breathe a great sigh of relief when they fall away.”
“Kit breathed a sigh of relief as she crossed the Sagamore Bridge onto Cape Cod.”
“We all breathed a sigh of relief when we were finally in our cars and on the way to the sanctuary of our T-38s.”
“The other Cardassian nodded as he took a final look at his own scanner, and Ghrovlatrei was about to allow herself a guarded sigh of relief when the soldier froze in place, a frown creasing his pale features.”
“Embarking upon the steamer they breathed a sigh of relief and after a pleasant passage of little over three days landed in New York City, and were rapidly transferred to their home up the State.”
“His eyes were capable of seeing the flash of metal two miles away, or a nigh-invisible scratch on something held in his hand, so he drew a sigh of relief when he spotted a large armed guard of Germans emerging from the Fontinalis Gate, coming down the hill toward the Via Recta.”
“He could make out a figure standing by the stone column and heaved a sigh of relief as he recognised the jaunty shoulders of the Christmas-tree decorator.”
“Closing his eyes, Dante breathed out a low sigh of relief and pressed the green-glassed bottle against his forehead.”
“When the last bundle was stowed in the now bulging stores rooms, Piemur's sigh of relief was echoed by Besel, the sly drudge, who had managed to stay close to him during the unloading.”
“And breathed out a sigh of relief when she saw the dark bedroom with its curtained French windows again.”
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