Need another word that means the same as “exhale”? Find 10 synonyms and 30 related words for “exhale” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Exhale” are: emanate, give forth, breathe out, expire, blow out, puff out, give off, send forth, emit, discharge
Exhale as a Verb
Definitions of "Exhale" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “exhale” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Expel air.
- Give out (breath or an odor.
- Breathe out.
- Give off (vapour or fumes.
Synonyms of "Exhale" as a verb (10 Words)
|blow out||Show off.|
|breathe out||Manifest or evince.|
|discharge||Go off or discharge.|
The overflow should discharge in an obvious place.
|emanate||Originate from; be produced by.|
Water emanates from this hole in the ground.
|emit||Express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words.|
Even the best cars emit carbon dioxide.
|expire||(of a period of time) come to an end.|
His driving licence expired.
|give forth||Give (as medicine.|
|give off||Leave with; give temporarily.|
|puff out||Praise extravagantly.|
|send forth||Broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television.|
Usage Examples of "Exhale" as a verb
- The chimney exhales a thick smoke.
- The jungle exhaled mists of early morning.
- He exhaled the smoke towards the ceiling.
- She sat back and exhaled deeply.
Associations of "Exhale" (30 Words)
|airway||A commercial enterprise that provides scheduled flights for passengers.|
He kept the man s airway clear and blood circulating.
|asthma||Respiratory disorder characterized by wheezing; usually of allergic origin.|
|breath||The power of breathing life.|
There wasn t a breath of air in the room.
|breathe||Reach full flavor by absorbing air and being let to stand after having been uncorked.|
Adult amphibians also breathe through their skin.
|cough||Force something especially blood out of the lungs or throat by coughing.|
She gave a discreet cough.
|emit||Expel (gases or odors.|
She emitted a sound like laughter.
|exhalation||The process or action of exhaling.|
The nocturnal exhalation of vapours from decaying vegetable matter.
|expiration||A coming to an end of a contract period.|
The expiration of three years.
|exude||Release (a liquid) in drops or small quantities.|
Sir Thomas exuded goodwill.
|fume||Treat with fumes expose to fumes especially with the aim of disinfecting or eradicating pests.|
He breathed fumes of wine into her face.
|inhale||Draw in (air.|
Later on I inhale a box of chocolate cookies while watching cable TV.
|inhaler||A dispenser that produces a chemical vapor to be inhaled in order to relieve nasal congestion.|
|lung||Each of the pair of organs situated within the ribcage, consisting of elastic sacs with branching passages into which air is drawn, so that oxygen can pass into the blood and carbon dioxide be removed. Lungs are characteristic of vertebrates other than fish, though similar structures are present in some other animal groups.|
The city had to be given lungs in the shape of open spaces squares parks and gardens.
|nasal||A nasal speech sound.|
A whining nasal voice.
|nostril||Either of two external openings of the nasal cavity in vertebrates that admit air to the lungs and smells to the olfactory nerves.|
|oxygen||A colourless, odourless reactive gas, the chemical element of atomic number 8 and the life-supporting component of the air.|
If breathing stops there is no oxygen getting to the brain and the cells begin to die.
|pant||Run or go in a specified direction while panting.|
I felt the quick pant of my bosom.
|puff||A light inflated pastry or puff shell.|
The fire breathed out a puff of blue smoke.
|release||The action or process of releasing or being released.|
The movie will be on release from Christmas.
|respiration||A single breath.|
Observation of the patient s respirations will gradually be decreased.
|respire||Undergo the biomedical and metabolic processes of respiration by taking up oxygen and producing carbon monoxide.|
Lichens respire at lower levels of temperature and moisture.
|resuscitate||Cause to regain consciousness.|
Measures to resuscitate the ailing economy.
|resuscitated||Restored to life or consciousness.|
|smoke||Inhale and exhale the smoke produced by burning a narcotic drug.|
He went outside for a smoke.
|sniff||An amount of air or other substance taken up by sniffing.|
Sniff the perfume.
|stifler||A person who stifles or smothers or suppresses.|
He is a real conversation stifler.
|whiff||A trace or hint of something bad, menacing, or exciting.|
I found my inhaler and took a deep whiff.