He said it with a deep breath, and an exhalation, as one who pants to be free of the city's noisome fumes.
During the exhalation be sure to keep the upper chest still.
It seldom, however, blows with force; it is rather an exhalation than a wind.
The exhalation was concluded to have something divine in it.
An inarticulate sound arose from the closely packed throng in the enclosure, the exhalation of a universal sigh.
The sigh of envy will merge into an exhalation of joy over the artistry of it.
It was with us the exhalation from lowly plants, and the pure fragrance went up the more freely because they had been bruised.
For her, the evidence of my misdoing hung about me like an exhalation.
The North Germans form the letter r with the soft palate, which is made to vibrate by the exhalation of the breath.
All this was an exhalation of fancy, but it quite overcame me.
exhalation ex·ha·la·tion (ěks'hə-lā'shən, ěk'sə-)
The act or an instance of breathing out. Also called expiration.
The giving forth of gas or vapor.
Something, such as air or vapor, that is exhaled.
The act of breathing out air. During exhalation, the diaphragm relaxes and moves upward, causing compression of the lungs and an outward flow of air. Also called expiration. Compare inhalation.