R immediately falls for Julie, who breathes life into him and even inspires the grunting mute to talk ... and stop eating brains.
He is paralyzed, breathes through a ventilator, and communicates via a sophisticated computer.
After a long period of convalescence following her breakdown, she breathes a sigh of relief when she is able to write.
Though Babbitt turns ninety this year, Georgie Babbitt still lives and breathes and harrumphs.
The sun emerges from behind the house stands in the middle of the street and breathes on us with its red wind.
And yet it seems to me that one breathes in happiness here, just as freely as one does the air of heaven at a country window.
No, he breathes through his spiracle alone; and this is on the top of his head.
He rebukes this quotation by a quotation that breathes the whole spirit of the passage where it is found.
Characteristically he breathes no hint of his own achievements.
His war-book, “The Wrack of the Storm,” breathes a calm optimism in the face of untold disaster.