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  • verb Present participle of oxygenate.

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Examples

  • If your breath does smell of rotten cabbage, the best way to eliminate mercaptan and other volatile sulfur-producing compounds is to use oxygenating toothpaste and an oral rinse that doesn't contain alcohol at least twice daily.

    Dr. Harold Katz: Bad Breath News From Around The World

  • Light exercise before a flight will actually help you fly better by oxygenating your blood, relaxing you and helping with jet lag symptoms.

    Carolyn Scott: Business Trip = Fitness Trip

  • If your breath does smell of rotten cabbage, the best way to eliminate mercaptan and other volatile sulfur-producing compounds is to use oxygenating toothpaste and an oral rinse that doesn't contain alcohol at least twice daily.

    Dr. Harold Katz: Bad Breath News From Around The World

  • Herbert is sometimes praised for his "worldbuilding", but this isn't quite right on the level of worldbuilding the novel has notable flaws, not least the absence of any means of oxygenating the planetary atmosphere.

    The stars of modern SF pick the best science fiction

  • He breathed deeply, his blood oxygenating, his head seeming to swell to the size of a basketball, the veins in his scalp tightening against his skull.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • His eyes were lustrous and black, his mouth slightly parted, as though he were oxygenating his blood.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • But a few new and upcoming establishments are oxygenating the neighborhood, tapping the sweet spot of urban professionals, increasingly affluent but far from shedding their East-of - Hollywood cool.

    Los Feliz's New Bar Scene

  • His eyes were lustrous and black, his mouth slightly parted, as though he were oxygenating his blood.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Adrenaline was sending weird panic impulses to his head, his deep oxygenating breathing fogging the windshield.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • Light exercise before a flight will actually help you fly better by oxygenating your blood, relaxing you and helping with jet lag symptoms.

    Carolyn Scott: Business Trip = Fitness Trip

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