We have three thousand five hundred toises of respirable air.
It melts long before it is red hot, and is then calcined, if it be in contact with respirable air.
To each elemental being the element in which it lives is transparent, invisible, and respirable.
He examined the air of mines, and suggested practical methods for determining whether the air in a mine was respirable.
It must eat always and everywhere, even in the least respirable atmosphere, and in unhealthy and deadly places.
The affection ultimately assumes a chronic form, and continues present in the respirable portions of the organ during life.
respirable res·pi·ra·ble (rěs'pər-ə-bəl, rĭ-spīr'-)
Fit for breathing, as air.
Capable of undergoing respiration, as certain organisms.