Sighing [verb]

Definition of Sighing:

breathe out heavily

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Sentence/Example of Sighing:

He wears the look of one who is gnawed with envy, and he heaves the sigh of despair.

"I am sorry you couldn't agree with Halbert Davis, Robert," she said, with a sigh.

"I don't know that I've ever found it so," Katherine replied with a sigh.

The greetings of friends on the platforms at the different stations only made him sigh.

"You're very kind," said Aunt Frank, with a sigh of bewildered relief.

"Well, of all cantankerous cranks he is the worst," he would say with a sigh.

Hubertine, hearing nothing more, not even a sigh, did not like to call again.

Then with a sigh of satisfaction, he fumbled for his pipe and tobacco, and looked about him.

Kingozi dropped that bottle into his side pocket with a sigh of relief.

With a sigh she pressed her large, capable hands to her heart.