wheezily


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wheez·y

 (wē′zē, hwē′-)
adj. wheez·i·er, wheez·i·est
1. Given to wheezing.
2. Producing a wheezing sound.

wheez′i·ly adv.
wheez′i·ness n.
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Adv.1.wheezily - with a wheeze; "he talked wheezily"
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Translations
بِضيق تَنَفُّس
pibende
lihegve
eins og asmasjúklingur
dýchavične
hırıltı ile

wheezily

Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

wheeze

(wiːz) verb
to breathe with a hissing sound and with difficulty.
noun
such a sound.
ˈwheezy adjective
ˈwheezily adverb
ˈwheeziness noun
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.
References in classic literature ?
"He that takes my life," he seemed to be saying, wheezily, to himself, "takes trash: But he that takes the Daily Telegraph--!" But this awful contingency I did not face.
word, 'cute' As always, the trio assume the roles they take on the popular TV show: Strachan keeping the other two in line, posing questions and brimming with an unwavering friendliness; Packham waxing lyrical about bird life, refusing to "boom" like an bittern when asked and chiding Strachan for saying she likes puffins ("They're really chavvy"); and Hughes-Games wheezily laughing along and interjecting with interesting titbits.
The audience has come with us and are willing to accept that it's not all, I hate this word, 'cute' The audience has come with us and are willing to accept that it's not all, I hate this word, 'cute' As always, the trio assume the roles they take on the popular TV show: Strachan keeping the other two in line, posing questions and brimming with an unwavering friendliness; Packham waxing lyrical about bird life, refusing to "boom" like an bittern when asked and chiding Strachan for saying she likes puffins ("They're really chavvy"); and Hughes-Games wheezily laughing along and interjecting with interesting titbits.
come with us and are willing to accept that it's not all, I hate this word, 'cute'." As always, the trio assume the roles they take on the popular TV show: Strachan keeping the other two in line, posing questions and brimming with an unwavering friendliness; Packham waxing lyrical about bird life, refusing to "boom" like an bittern when asked and chiding Strachan for saying she likes puffins ("They're really chavvy"); and Hughes-Games wheezily laughing along and interjecting with interesting titbits.