Trees sighing in the wind.
She sighed a sigh that was nearly a groan.
Sigh a note and sing a note.
"I guess I have no choice," she sighed.
She sighed her frustrations.
Sigh, I'm so bored at work today.
An example of a sigh is a long loud breath a person lets out when they are sad.
Sighing for their lost youth.
When she saw it wasn't damaged, she sighed with relief.
He sighed. It was going to be a long night.
He sighed over the lost opportunity.
He silently sighed for his lost youth.
To sigh the day away.
Origin of sigh
- Middle English sighen probably back-formation from sighte past tense of siken to sigh from Old English sīcan
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- Middle English sihen, from Old English sÄ«can