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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of exhale.


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  • Roum congratulations on success, adding, Availed us naught but the Holy Merde of the Arch Patriarch, whose fragrance exhaled from the beards and mustachios of the slaves of the Cross near and far; and I swear, by the Miracles of the Messiah; and by thy daughter Abrizah, the Nazarene, the Mariolater; and by the Waters of Baptism, that I will not leave upon the earth a single defender of Al — Islam!

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • This is occasioned by the height of the hills which continually attract the clouds and the vapour that is continually exhaled from the mossy ground ...

    Excerpt: The View from Castle Rock by Alice Munro

  • At this very time, owing to the heat of the day, so great a vapor had been exhaled from the lake beneath that the whole of the northern side of the fortress cliff was covered with a mist so exceedingly thick we could not discern each other at a foot's distance.

    The Scottish Chiefs

  • Mr. Vassiliadias says that, in interviews with consumers, researchers picked up a sense that consumers have "exhaled," and may be ready to splurge a little bit.

    Vegas Tries Luck With Old Slogan

  • In fact, the other night we were all sitting at dinner, the crew, and everybody just kind of exhaled for the first moment.

    CNN Transcript Apr 22, 2007

  • "I think we kind of exhaled — we were just happy to get there," Kidd admitted. - Nets need more than Scott's calm influence

  • "When all this developed, I kind of exhaled a little bit," Bruce said, referring to the trade. Top News Headlines

  • Hmm, perhaps JT should add flavorings to the tobacco so that users will swallow the smoke, there to be safely "exhaled" sometime later in a place of the smoker's choosing.

    Inventor Spot - Inventions, Innovations, and Interesting Ideas for the Inventor in All of Us

  • His Word alone is inspired (2 Tim. 3: 16), literally "exhaled" by God Almighty so that we might inhale it, allowing it to dwell within our hearts richly.


  • Everyone kind of exhaled and I was clinging to my soda for dear life.

    Progressive U - The new media voice for students


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  • My adjectival use: 'There is little oxygen in exhaled air.'

    August 19, 2011