breathly

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Etymology[edit]

From breath +‎ -ly.

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breathly (comparative breathlier or more breathly, superlative breathliest or most breathly)

  1. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a breath or breathing.
    • 2008, Eric W. Bragg, The Midnight Blade of Sonic Honey:
      [...] shouting at the sleeping ants who burrowed within the dead wood funguses of painful memories that were crystalline keys found within the caverns within rocks, carved by strong winds of breathly force made from the pursed lips of treebark.

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