Suspire

Sus┬Ěpire' intransitive verb [ Latin suspirare to breathe out, to sigh; sub under + spirare to breathe: confer French souspirer , Old French souspirer .] To fetch a long, deep breath; to sigh; to breathe. Shak. « Fireflies that suspire In short,...
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Suspire

Sus┬Ěpire' noun [ Confer Latin suspirium .] A long, deep breath; a sigh. [ Obsolete]
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suspire

To fetch a long, deep breath; to sigh; to breathe. 'Fireflies that suspire In short, soft lapses of transported flame.' (Mrs. Browning) ... Origin: L. Suspirare to breathe out, to sigh; sub under + spirare to breathe: cf. F. Souspirer, OF. Souspirer. ... A long, deep breath; a sigh. ... Origin: Cf. L. Suspirium. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... ...
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Suspire

• (n.) A long, deep breath; a sigh. • (v. i.) To fetch a long, deep breath; to sigh; to breathe.
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