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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of hyperventilate.


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  • I know the first time he did it, he kind of hyperventilated a little.

    CNN Transcript Feb 27, 2005 2005

  • Subjects hyperventilated, in the hour before the attack and during control periods, resulting in consistently elevated carbon-dioxide levels.

    Seeing Signs of a Panic Attack Before One Happens Ann Lukits 2011

  • "The Juddernaut is the future," hyperventilated the Daily Mail, "and that future is now."

    The Saturday interview: Judd Trump 2011

  • In a recent study on panic attacks, research subjects who hyperventilated in the hour before an attack and during control periods had consistently lower-than-normal carbon-dioxide levels.

    Corrections & Amplifications 2011

  • "After I hyperventilated," said Charlene Mae Kuupuaala Thompson, "we told our kids, and we had our own little luau at home."

    Scenes from the White House: Welcome to the luau 2009

  • Then he nearly hyperventilated talking about defense, the side of the ball that has been a relative afterthought for the head coach in Seattle for the last quarter century.

    Seahawks' Mora: 'We've got to take back the dang NFC West' 2009

  • Senator Sherrod Brown, Democrat of Ohio, dismissed the initiative as "lipstick on the pig," and Representative Pete Stark D-California hyperventilated that the new proposal "ends Medicare as we know it, plain and simple."

    Menachem Rosensaft: Ron Wyden: Forging Common Ground on Medicare Reform Menachem Rosensaft 2011

  • I hyperventilated & then burst into tears at the launch we went to.

    Nebula Weekend, day 1 maryrobinette 2010

  • Our ability to grapple with the challenges these present is not enhanced by factually inaccurate and hyperventilated appeals from those who should know better.

    How Bill Gates misinterprets ed facts 2011

  • In any of the places where men discuss truly monstrous and dangerous plans, in Kim Jong Il's Pyongyang or Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Tehran, watching this hyperventilated criticism of Israel for a shoot-out on a boat must strike them as laughable.

    Beating Up on Israel 2010


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