Bathe your forehead in its breath, and respire with its penetrating odors the forgetfulness of your sufferings.
It appears to respire as easily in the most rarefied air as on the seashore.
Do you not remember that you ceased to respire, and were not conscious of the fact?
Are you willing that the tempter should intercept it, and respire it polluted into your ear?
At their birth they respire by means of gills, and consequently resemble fishes.
He laughed, and seemed to respire more air into his broad chest.
Many children sneeze before they respire, but not all, as far as I have observed, or can learn from others.
The Crustaceans, so far as they are aquatic, respire by means of branchi, or gills.
There was in the room an intermittent positive pressure breathing apparatus, which can be used to respire for a patient.
Its breath was too powerful for any one breast to respire it solely.
respire re·spire (rĭ-spīr')
v. re·spired, re·spir·ing, re·spires
To breathe in and out; inhale and exhale.
To undergo the metabolic process of respiration.
To breathe easily again, as after a period of exertion.