“We were breathing air into this thing to make sure it went up,” Slaby tells The Daily Beast.
Now you might be asking, how can I possibly be breathing wrong?
To take it to the next level, I need a team on the ground living and breathing everything here in America.
So many eighteen-year-old girls,” says Oliona, “breathing down my neck.
But the Hasidic communities that doggedly stick to a living, breathing Yiddish use different dialects.
He was breathing hard, but there was a satisfied shine in his bloodshot eyes.
At length her head came up a little and her breathing was easier and easier.
And it came to rest, breathing its last, almost at Berts feet.
For a long time he did not move, but I could see he was breathing.
But Cleg's breathing was as natural and regular as that of an infant.
breathing breath·ing (brē'ðĭng)
The alternate inhalation and exhalation of air in respiration.
Alive, at least: They'll take any warm body that's breathing (1970s+)