Snoring is a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, when your airway collapses or becomes blocked during sleep.
A little stream ran down through the airway, from which the pail had been repeatedly filled.
It was landing almost directly beneath the airway they followed.
The two walked up the airway a short distance, and sat down on a broken prop by the side of the track.
We cant get out this way, said Tom; well have to go up through the airway.
And he had picked up the line of beacons that marks the airway from Newark to Boston.
They went back into the airway, and were met by a similar impenetrable mass.
A matter which is easier, and for which straightforward ruling may be framed, concerns the navigation of craft upon the airway.
Here and there the airway was lofty enough to allow us to walk with bent heads and rounded shoulders.
Then, with a glance at the sleeping boy, Come ye up the airway a bit.
airway air·way (âr'wā')
Any of the various parts of the respiratory tract through which air passes during breathing.
A device used to gain an unobstructed route to convey air into and out of the lungs during general anesthesia or when the respiratory passage is blocked.