Noun(1) an utterance made by exhaling audibly(2) a sound like a person sighing
Verb(1) heave or utter a sigh; breathe deeply and heavily(2) utter with a sigh
(1) Fischer heaved a deep, weary sigh and rested his chin in his hands.(2) He let an exasperated sigh escape his lips, what had he done now?(3) She continued to improve and her family heaved a sigh of relief and started limping back towards normalcy.(4) a breeze made the treetops sigh(5) She heaves a loud, exasperated sigh , and obviously decides it's futile to argue with me.(6) At Joel's silent answer, Jesse sighed a sigh of regret and anger.(7) The later acoustic-led Thumbing My Way is a sigh on a desert wind.(8) the councils heaved a sigh of relief when they saved over Ôö¼├║6m between them(9) He could only hear the sigh of the wind flowing through the broken windows and the shrieks of birds.(10) I heard a loud frustrated sigh on the other end of the door and a loud banging sound.(11) except for the sigh of the wind, it was very quiet(12) Klay looked at her and let out a sigh that sounded more like a yawn.(13) For those who sigh wearily at this impossible aspiration there are other solutions.(14) I don't expect you to run wailing through the streets but couldn't you rustle up a small sigh of regret?(15) He raises his head, looks at me, then makes a sound that is something between a sigh and a moan.(16) This time, my mother sighed, and although it's hard to tell from a sigh , she sounded angry.
(1) sigh of relief :: sigh ya misaada
1. suspiration ::
2. breathe out ::
3. rustle ::
4. yearn for ::
5. suspire ::
Different Formssigh, sighed, sighing, sighs
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