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13 collocations for « breath »

13 collocations for « breath »

  • The thousands of tourists that come from every land, and from every clime, to see the scenes that the poet saw, and breath the same air that he breathed, make the place one of the most popular resorts of literary pilgrims, that can be found anywhere.
  • Sounds like HR can breath a sigh of relief.
  • When the fish breaths the ventricle contracts and blood is forced out to the gills which act as lungs.
  • Say, I breath defyance to his front.
  • It is the place where new comers are most welcomed, and, next them, ill news, as that which extends their fellowship in misery, and leaves few to insult:and they breath their discontents more securely here, and have their tongues at more liberty than abroad.
  • Faith no, as you may season it in the charge; [Sidenote: Fayth as you] You must not put another scandall on him, That hee is open to Incontinencie; That's not my meaning: but breath his faults so quaintly, That they may seeme the taints of liberty; The flash and out-breake of a fiery minde, A sauagenes in vnreclaim'd bloud of generall assault.
  • It blows out fire at very high temperatures.citation They can breath very hot flames that can melt anything, although it will never torch a weaker enemy.
  • Tis dimnesse of your sight, no fault i'th letter; Medina, you shall find that free from Errata's: And for a proofe, If I could breath my heart in welcomes forth, This Hall should ring naught else.
  • The highest is that which needs the highest, the largest that which needs the most; the finest and strongest that which to live must breath essential life, self-willed life, God Himself.
  • They breath the brave spirit of Chapman's outburst: Give me a spirit that on this life's rough sea Loves t'have his sails fill'd with a lusty wind, Even till his sail-yards tremble, his masts crack, And his rapt ship run on her side so low That she drinks water and her keel plows air.
  • Come then, your captive hold me, As upward from the vapory mist ye roll; Within my breast youth's throbbing pulse is bounding, Fann'd by the magic breath your march surrounding.
  • Forgive me God, altho' I curse my birth, And ban the air wherein I breath a wretch!
  • If your devotion catch not cold you may breath your Barbary and visit us, where you may be confident of your welcome.

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