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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exhale.


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  • I feel no disposition to be satirical, when the trapper's coat emits the odor of musquash even; it is a sweeter scent to me than that which commonly exhales from the merchant's or the scholar's garments.


  • The danger lies in the pungent, sickly, but delicious perfume it exhales, which is so intense, that, coming up against the wind, it could be detected miles away.

    The Heart of Unaga

  • Sprawled on her back, breath escapes her lips in short exhales.

    VIBE Magazine

  • And others dead, whofe putrid name exhales A noifome fcent, the bulky volume teems.

    The works of the English poets; with prefaces, biographical and critical

  • His cold exhales deliver tiny icy clouds to the older man's face.

    Need food for family

  • He takes a drag off the e-cig and exhales thin vapor.


  • She exhales loudly, says nothing yet, takes a healthy sip.

    Angry Young Man

  • I can feel her throat on my face as she exhales again.

    Angry Young Man

  • He lights it and draws deep—exhales thick, almost green, smoke.

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  • She exhales into the disdained face of the priest who turns and shoos the father, the boy, and his lamb, away.

    Little Girl Dreams


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