JUDNICK: My reaction is so visceral that I immediately, like you, isolate myself so I can breathe.
At this point, McConnell and Majority Leader Harry Reid are so sick of each other they can barely stand to breathe the same air.
Even on a laptop you can almost taste the grit in your mouth and breathe the sharp smell of the explosives.
“breathe in experience, breathe out poetry,” she would later write.
They were feeling a little uncomfortable and had to come up to breathe.
You will not breathe a word of what I have told you to any mortal, Valentine?
Your promise was to be with me in my dying moments, and to let me breathe my last in your arms.
Mrs. Bell panted and puffed, and Matty stopped once to breathe hard.
Every little while she had to put her offspring down to rest and give it a chance to breathe.
The singer or speaker must breathe easily and adequately, but not so as to waste his energies.