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  • n. The quality or symptom of breathing with an audible wheeze
  • v. Present participle of wheeze.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. relating to breathing with a whistling sound


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  • I wedge a pillow behind her and she eases back, wheezing from the effort.

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  • It was the best I'd felt all day, and I was wheezing from the ouch of it all.

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  • "Who -- me?" called a wheezing voice right in his ear.

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  • Experiencing respiratory symptoms with the allergy, however — such as wheezing or runny nose — strongly predicts the likelihood that the allergy will persist considerably longer into childhood.

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  • One is the perceived lack of control over one's environment that mold can create and the other is mold-related health problems such as wheezing, fatigue and colds.

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  • Probably "wheezing" but where do they hire these people???

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  • He sighed, the kind of wheezing noise a leather pillow sometimes makes when one sits on it.

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  • I wonder whether this was only a coincidence or did that firearm, when used, emit a kind of wheezing sound?

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  • The Dobermans would anonymously announce the attack with their rapid quiet padding of paws and a perverse kind of wheezing; but by then it was too late.

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  • Even children without asthma can experience respiratory symptoms such as wheezing, coughing and difficulty breathing.

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