To escape the madness, Indians head to Coorg, a land of lush beauty, traditional food, and—sigh—tranquility.
"Apparently nothing is going to get done," the former Polanski investigator said with a sigh.
And, among certain sections of society at least, provoked a sigh of relief.
Probably the only Wall Street executive who may be breathing a sigh of relief is former Merrill CEO John Thain.
If the heel hadn't broken off after four hours of wearing them (sigh), maybe I too would have been able to walk a mile.
Then a sigh, profound and long, and some faint words which he did not catch.
"I am sorry you couldn't agree with Halbert Davis, Robert," she said, with a sigh.
He relaxed his hold on her, and sank back in his chair with a sigh.
"I don't know that I've ever found it so," Katherine replied with a sigh.
"Single notes are apt to have that effect," the Other Professor said with a sigh.
mid-13c., probably a Middle English back-formation from sighte, past tense of Old English sican "to sigh," perhaps echoic of the sound of sighing. Related: Sighed; sighing.
early 14c., from sigh (v.).