adjective, breath·i·er, breath·i·est.
Examples from the Web for breathy
On the show, she was the epitome of Marilyn Monroe hotness, but subbed loud belches for breathy coos—and then laughed about it.Jenny McCarthy Twerks Out a Stellar ‘The View’ Debut|Kevin Fallon|September 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A healthy majority of these posts are the angsty exaggerations of teenagers and breathy recitations of the latest pop trends.Could Facebook Have Prevented the Georgia Baby Shooting?|Joshua DuBois|March 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Her voice is breathy and soft; her moves subtle and seductive.Becoming Marilyn: An Impersonator Talks About Life as Marilyn Monroe|Nina Strochlic|August 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In other news, Katherine Jenkins is trending on Twitter after her Jubilicious and breathy performance singing God save the Queen.
Eleanor Clift says it could be hard to believe this is the same baby-voiced, breathy Jackie.
There was a soft, breathy perspiration, as well as more strength.Forty Years in the Wilderness of Pills and Powders|William A. Alcott
And because of the fact that no breath escapes without setting the cords in vibration, the tone is clear, and not "breathy."Essentials in Conducting|Karl Wilson Gehrkens
It ought to be considered treason to think or to speak of The Country in this vague, breathy way.The Ghost in the White House|Gerald Stanley Lee
The words came from his lips in a breathy hiss as he groveled.Key Out of Time|Andre Alice Norton
An odd, breathy voice, speaking very bad Russian, offered a meeting.Anything You Can Do ...|Gordon Randall Garrett