Definitions

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

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Examples

  • The sight of my naked charms instantly produced the desired effect upon the minister, who watched my slightest movement with eager scrutiny: he ceased almost to breathe, but panted -- yes, absolutely _panted_ -- with the intensity of his passions.

    City Crimes or Life in New York and Boston

  • The sun blazed dazzingly on the ice-surface, and with streaming pores they panted from the exertion.

    Smoke Bellew - The Little Man

  • Murder! "was the word panted out by more than one harsh voice; and in another instant a dozen men and boys came rushing into sight in a state of such excitement that the five musicians recoiled from the gate, and one of them went so far as to start back toward the house.

    Agatha Webb

  • Bascall panted, trying to reach his gun unnoticed.

    False Front

  • All the sıdewalks are very wıde wıth BIKELANES panted on the outsıde edge of all the sıdewalks.

    The mayor's next junket (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • “I saw you from across the hall,” Jane panted, tugging at her corset as if desperate for air.

    Uprising

  • By necessity, she left her mind and occupied solely her body, where she panted and pushed.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • The baby was grabbing up handfuls of him and pulling his ears, but Milo just panted.

    A Light at Winter’s End

  • “No, I mean a drink,” he panted, bending over and putting his hands on his knees.

    Skipping a Beat

  • My breath panted out of my lungs, my skin becoming dewy with excitement.

    My Fair Succubi

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