A nicer person has never breathed.
A natural fabric that breathes.
A sense of hope breathes from these poems.
An artist who knows how to breathe life into a portrait.
Don't breathe a word of this.
Their manner breathed self-satisfaction.
A cotton fabric that breathes.
To breathe a sigh of relief, breathe life into a party.
To breathe a horse.
Use a snorkel to breathe while swimming.
Breathe in slowly.
I breathed on the window and fogged it up.
Fish breathe with their gills. Stomata allow leaves to breathe.
Leave space so the fire can breathe; replace the air filter so the engine can breathe.
Fish have gills so they can breathe underwater.
While life as we know it depends on oxygen, scientists have speculated that alien life forms might breathe chlorine or methane.
Try not to breathe too much smoke.
If you breathe on a mirror, it will fog up.
...the wind breathes through the trees...
Garments made of certain new materials breathe well and keep the skin relatively dry during exercise.
At higher altitudes you need to breathe your horse more often.
An example of breathe is what people do all the time every day as part of their respiration.
An example of breathe is to expose wine to air before serving to enhance its flavor.
Give me a moment to breathe.
A soft wind breathes through the pines.
- To threaten by proximity, especially by pursuing closely.
- To watch or monitor closely, often annoyingly:The boss was breathing down my neck all morning.
- To be relaxed or relieved, especially after a period of tension.
- To die.
- to have a feeling of relief or reassurance
- to say something or anythingIf you breathe a word of this to anyone, you'll regret it.
- to die