[ UK /ɪnhˈe‍ɪl/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˈheɪɫ/ ]
  1. draw deep into the lungs in by breathing
    Clinton smoked marijuana but never inhaled
  2. draw in (air)
    inhale the fresh mountain air
    Inhale deeply
    The lung cancer patient cannot inspire air very well
    The patient has trouble inspiring
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How To Use inhale In A Sentence

  • He looked a bit worried when I sat down at the table and produced a bunch of inhalers, some pills, a bottle of cough syrup and some throat lozenges and proceeded to stuff them all into my mouth…
  • The chemical toxicity of inhaled uranium trioxide (uranyl oxide) gas vapor fumes is much worse - about a million times worse - than the radiation from inhalation of any of the other oxides.
  • The pills—containing inexpensive potassium iodide, which is the substance used to iodize common table salt—can prevent thyroid cancer by saturating the thyroid gland with a harmless type of iodine, keeping it from absorbing radioactive iodine that might be inhaled or ingested after a radiation release. Quake Renews Call to Enforce Pill Law
  • A curious and unwary fish would become a meal when the goosefish inhaled and quickly engulfed its prey.
  • On the other hand, bronchodilator inhalers that open congested airways are a big part of asthma treatment, though they aren't used to treat allergies.
  • I think it might be one of those weekends where I keep myself to myself, inhale deeply and exhale loudly, and stare at the ceiling.
  • The curved tail covers the nose while sleeping during extreme temperatures, acting as a filter to warm and humidify the inhaled air.
  • Davenant's face was disfigured—his nose had been eaten away—by the mercury vapor he inhaled as a treatment for a case of syphilis. Pens at the Ready
  • In the phase 2 study, children use a nebulizer to inhale cisplatin, a standard cancer drug that has been specially encapsulated in protective fatty protein bubbles.
  • Along with taking herbs, inhale the relaxing scents of lavender, chamomile, lemon balm, bergamot, orange blossom or rose.
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