inbreathe

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in·breathe

 (ĭn′brēth′)
tr.v. in·breathed, in·breath·ing, in·breathes
To breathe (something) in; inhale.
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inbreathe

(ɪnˈbriːð)
vb
(tr) rare to infuse or imbue
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in•breathe

(ˈɪnˌbrið, ɪnˈbrið)

v.t.
to inhale.
[1350–1400]
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inbreathe


Past participle: inbreathed
Gerund: inbreathing

Imperative
inbreathe
inbreathe
Present
I inbreathe
you inbreathe
he/she/it inbreathes
we inbreathe
you inbreathe
they inbreathe
Preterite
I inbreathed
you inbreathed
he/she/it inbreathed
we inbreathed
you inbreathed
they inbreathed
Present Continuous
I am inbreathing
you are inbreathing
he/she/it is inbreathing
we are inbreathing
you are inbreathing
they are inbreathing
Present Perfect
I have inbreathed
you have inbreathed
he/she/it has inbreathed
we have inbreathed
you have inbreathed
they have inbreathed
Past Continuous
I was inbreathing
you were inbreathing
he/she/it was inbreathing
we were inbreathing
you were inbreathing
they were inbreathing
Past Perfect
I had inbreathed
you had inbreathed
he/she/it had inbreathed
we had inbreathed
you had inbreathed
they had inbreathed
Future
I will inbreathe
you will inbreathe
he/she/it will inbreathe
we will inbreathe
you will inbreathe
they will inbreathe
Future Perfect
I will have inbreathed
you will have inbreathed
he/she/it will have inbreathed
we will have inbreathed
you will have inbreathed
they will have inbreathed
Future Continuous
I will be inbreathing
you will be inbreathing
he/she/it will be inbreathing
we will be inbreathing
you will be inbreathing
they will be inbreathing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been inbreathing
you have been inbreathing
he/she/it has been inbreathing
we have been inbreathing
you have been inbreathing
they have been inbreathing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been inbreathing
you will have been inbreathing
he/she/it will have been inbreathing
we will have been inbreathing
you will have been inbreathing
they will have been inbreathing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been inbreathing
you had been inbreathing
he/she/it had been inbreathing
we had been inbreathing
you had been inbreathing
they had been inbreathing
Conditional
I would inbreathe
you would inbreathe
he/she/it would inbreathe
we would inbreathe
you would inbreathe
they would inbreathe
Past Conditional
I would have inbreathed
you would have inbreathed
he/she/it would have inbreathed
we would have inbreathed
you would have inbreathed
they would have inbreathed
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References in classic literature ?
I sat in meditation two days and two nights, abstracting my mind; inbreathing and outbreathing in the required manner .
One of the least known but highly important muscle groups inbreathing is the Psoas Muscle.
"There were six firefighters inbreathing apparatus and four fire engines from Tony pandy, Porth and Gilfach Goch.
says "CHRIST proceeded forth from the Virgin Mary, as Adam had from the earth: Adam by the inbreathing of the Spirit of God--And breathed into him the breath of life;--and Christ by the coming of the Holy Spirit-- the Holy Spirit shall come upon thee--was said of the Virgin Mary.
The parish is that privileged place in which, to people pressured by impediments in their love life, weighed down by their professional life, anguished by the fear of unemployment or of sickness, there is given the chance to take breath again by inbreathing the Spirit.
OSA sees the airway narrow and collapse, preventing air from getting into the lungs and resulting in snoring and difficulty inbreathing.
(9) Our focus is on the dynamics of the texts, their outward exploration of stories and histories, and their inward song--the "divine inbreathing" of the poet--for the sake of constructing a universe of the text that reflects the spiritual and moral order of the cosmos.
In his "Coronation Oration," in Wilkins, Studies in the Life and Works of Petrarch, Petrarch cites Cicero concerning the inward voice of poets: "We have it upon the authority of the most learned men that whereas attainment in other activities depends upon talent, learning, and skill, the poet attains through his very nature, is moved by the energy that is within his mind, and is as it were inspired by a divine inbreathing [...]" (301).
For Poulet, the result of such engagements and transformations is an animation of the work of art: "And so I ought not to hesitate to recognize that so long as it is animated by this vital inbreathing inspired by the act of reading, a work of literature becomes (at the expense of the reader whose own life it suspends) a sort of human being, that it is a mind conscious of itself and constituting itself in me as the subject of its own objects" (59).