Definition of Breaths

1. Noun. (plural of breath) ¹



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Definition of Breaths

1. breath [n] - See also: breath

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Breaths

breathing out
breathing place
breathing rate
breathing reserve
breathing room
breathing space
breathing spaces
breathing spell
breathing time
breathings
breathless
breathlessly
breathlessness
breathlike
breathly
breaths (current term)
breathtaking
breathtakingly
breathwork
breathy
brecanavir
breccia
breccial
breccias
brecciate
brecciated
brecciates
brecciating
brecciation
brecciations

Literary usage of Breaths

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1. Graded Literature Readers by Ida Catherine Bender, Harry Pratt Judson (1900)
"The Two breaths Br CHARLES KINGSLEY Charles Kingsley (1819-1875): An English clergyman and author. Young people know him best from. ..."

2. Rigveda Brahmanas: The Aitareya and Kauṣītaki Brāhmaṇas of the Rigveda by Arthur Berriedale Keith (1920)
"The cakes are the body of the sacrificer, (the cups) for two deities the breaths; in that having proceeded with the cakes, they proceed with (the cups) for ..."

3. Health and Education by Charles Kingsley (1887)
"I should wish to call this lecture " The Two breaths:" not merely " The Breath ; " and for this reason : every ..."

4. Swinton's First [-sixth] Reader by William Swinton (1881)
"I call this lesson "The Two breaths," not merely " The Breath," and for this reason: every time you breathe, you breathe two different breaths; ..."

5. The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East, with Historical Surveys by Charles F Horne (1917)
"THE AGE OF WEAKNESS (526 BC-AD) THE BOOK OF THE breaths OF LIFE 'Conceal it! Conceal it! Let it not be read by any one. ..."

6. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1893)
"They had Monads—"breaths" of the One Breath, as impersonal as the source from which they proceeded. They had bodies, or rather shadows of bodies, ..."

7. Lectures on the origin and growth of religion as illustrated by the religion by Peter Le Page Renouf (1884)
"Book of the breaths of Life. In the later periods, instead of the Book of the Dead, another work, more systematically composed and partly abridged from it, ..."

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