I was passing through Regent Street in London, when a smart brougham drove up to the curb and a wheezy voice called after me.
He was whistling a tune in a wheezy way, and keeping step to it grandly.
I knew if he got there first he'd pick out the best harp and leave me a wheezy mouth organ.
He was a short man, with a rotund stomach and a wheezy voice.
Mrs. Gainsborough doubled herself up and smacked her knees in a tempest of wheezy laughter.
"I didn't come; I was brought," said the fat woman, in a wheezy voice.
It was a blood-curdling voice, a sound between the mewing of a cat and the wheezy chokings of a hyena.
"You go in and see the women," said Mr. Buffum, in a wheezy whisper.
A cadaverous horse, knee-sprung and wheezy, dragged the van at the gait of a caterpillar.
She wanted a new piano instead of the wheezy old machine in the drawing-room.