So they spent eight years taking the humming economy they inherited and asphyxiating it.
The rest of the train will now be even more packed and asphyxiating.
The asphyxiating ball of the French was the true parent of the whole brood.
They followed the cannonade with a cloud of asphyxiating gas.
And she said that it was unnecessary to have a dozen people breathing up all the oxygen and asphyxiating the patient.
Yes, he would go to Germany and study medicine and escape this asphyxiating atmosphere.
The room was asphyxiating, but no one except Audrey seemed to be inconvenienced.
Another form of asphyxiating gas is held in shells in liquid form, usually in lead containers.
It would only be an asphyxiating gas that would knock a man out for a while.
It is really, however, the most efficacious of the three types, as it does not evaporate as readily as the asphyxiating gas.
asphyxiate as·phyx·i·ate (ās-fĭk'sē-āt')
v. as·phyx·i·at·ed, as·phyx·i·at·ing, as·phyx·i·ates
To induce asphyxia.