From the open door there reeked a horrible poisonous exhalation
which set us gasping and coughing.
He drew the first whiff of smoke deep into his lungs and expelled it in a long and lingering exhalation
It carries in its bosom all the energies of the past, yet is itself an exhalation
of the morning.
Mr Pancks took another long inhalation, another long exhalation
, another long sagacious look at Clennam.
Catching up the light, they made the best of their way home, at a good round trot; and long after their dusky forms had ceased to be discernible, the light might have been seen twinkling and dancing in the distance, like some exhalation
of the damp and gloomy atmosphere through which it was swiftly borne.
Allow your attention to focus in the changing rhythms of your inhalations and exhalations
High winds are expected to bring low temperatures and snow, as the country braces for the last exhalations
of winter amid celebrations of incipient spring.
Airway resistance (Raw), through the lung's airways, is generally the result of the molecular friction as the air molecules travel in and out of the lung with either forced exhalations
or through normal breathing.
By taking pressure off the thorax, bipedalism gave us the breath control needed for speaking and the ability to chop up our exhalations
, giving the characteristic ha-ha-ha sound of human laughter.
Hypertension lessens with a slow breathing practice (fewer than ten breaths per minute), especially when exhalations
Instead we find the exhalations
taken up as a pair in each of three spaces: above the earth (combustion/condensation), on the earth's surface (winds/rivers) and under the earth (metals/minerals).
Mary's breath was heavy, as she panted with fear at the approach of the ghostly woman, and her exhalations
were visible as a plume of mist - but the ghost had no visible exhaled breath, and she began to sing.