How to use Out-of-breath in a sentence

out-of-breath
  • Prince Andrew, out of breath with his rapid ride, spoke quickly.

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  • The way the pulse throbbed in her neck when he kissed it, and the way she sounded out of breath when she pushed him away – the feel of her breasts when she molded her body to his...

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  • When they returned to the table out of breath and laughing, Carmen complimented them.

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  • The way the pulse throbbed in her neck when he kissed it, and the way she sounded out of breath when she pushed him away – the feel of her breasts when she molded her body to his...

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  • The children and the Wizard rushed across the moving rock and sprang into the passage beyond, landing safely though a little out of breath.

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  • One day she went quickly upstairs and found herself out of breath.

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  • My doctor says I'm always tired and out of breath because I'm anemic.

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  • When stipulating aerobic exercise this means that the activity needs to make the individual moderately out of breath for a sustained period of time.

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  • This includes things like feeling out of breath even with minor exertion, or not fitting in a standard booth at the restaurant.

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  • This daunted the enemy for a time, but the defenders were soon out of breath.

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