verb (used without object), hy·per·ven·ti·lat·ed, hy·per·ven·ti·lat·ing.
verb (used with object), hy·per·ven·ti·lat·ed, hy·per·ven·ti·lat·ing.
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It’s not only confounding but also dangerous, as Uphill Skinner is often hyperventilating, unaware, unable to quickly exit the track if he tried.
I flashed back to when I was 13, struggling to press it into the pan evenly because my hands were not yet familiar with its texture, quietly hyperventilating because I was unsure how much pressure to exert.This key lime pie is a great tool for building kids’ — or your — confidence in the kitchen|Allison Robicelli|March 19, 2021|Washington Post