Like a gangster shooting in a Hays Code era motion picture, the inhale and the exhale are shown in separate shots.
Learning how to inhale and exhale is quite far down my to-do list.
So of course, Jimmy Fallon took the opportunity to ruin it by forcing Freeman to inhale helium and pitch up his voice.
The CDC says that about 60 percent of the people who inhale the spore do not contract valley fever.
Changing the way you inhale and exhale can help you feel more relaxed, energized, or focused.
You inhale the fumes till a state approaching intoxication ensues, but you must sit there all the same, for there is no escape.
Not because, as some people tell you, they are made of inferior tobacco, but because you inhale them.
There inhale unrestrained the breeze, the sunlight, and the subtle essence which emanates from the ocean.
Is it not an ardent desire to inhale a portion of the being we love?
Let me for a while inhale the breath of an invigorating literature.
1725, "to breathe in," back-formation from inhalation or else from Latin inhalare "breathe upon," from in- "upon" (see in- (2)) + halare "breathe." Related: Inhaled; inhaling. Current sense is because the word was taken as the opposite of exhale. Slang sense of "eat rapidly" is recorded from 1924. As a noun, by 1934. Related: Inhaled; inhaling.
inhale in·hale (ĭn-hāl')
v. in·haled, in·hal·ing, in·hales
To breathe in; inspire.
To draw something such as smoke or a medicinal mist into the lungs by breathing; inspire.
To eat or drink, esp rapidly: I inhaled my lunch because I didn't have much time to eat (1924+)