The other craters are similarly affected, but their exhalations are not so violent.
The roars of wild beasts, catching the exhalations of people, grew louder.
Her quick insight detected every true and living germ of thought in the confused social deposits and exhalations.
Bad smells and exhalations, moreover, injure the flavor of the meat.
Farr considered the exhalations from sewers an important etiological factor.
Cover it with long straw, to preserve heat and the exhalations that would rise.
A celestial fragrance mingled with the first exhalations of the verdure.
And I trust I have carried away in my soul some of the exhalations of their undying leaves.
Drops of sweat oozed from her bluish face, that seemed as if rigid in the exhalations of a metallic vapour.
The top part of the air is finer and more distant from the earth and its exhalations.
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.