Yet the key development will hinge on sanctions aiming to suffocate the regime, a current point of division.
Before You suffocate Your Own Fool Selfby Danielle Evans A powerful short story collection from a rising star.
Her adopted daughter tried to suffocate a younger biological sibling.
I hated that the town response to tragedy and suffering was to suffocate the afflicted family with attention.
Somewhere in the theater, you also hear a soft, whimpering, “Help”—a woman is about to suffocate on her own tears.
Her relatives and friends tried to restrain her but she cried: “If I suffocate, take my body to the top and leave it there.”
His heart was pounding until he believed that he must suffocate.
But sometimes they will attempt to suffocate it by falling on it, some dozen of them at a time.
He began to suffocate with chagrin, and hurried his steps in sheer distress.
It read with singular smoothness, and with a "dead" earnestness that was funny enough to suffocate a body.
suffocate suf·fo·cate (sŭf'ə-kāt')
v. suf·fo·cat·ed, suf·fo·cat·ing, suf·fo·cates
To impair the respiration of; asphyxiate.
To suffer from lack of oxygen; to be unable to breathe.