renewed energy or strength to continue an undertaking
She had dinner and got a second wind to finish painting
the employers, initially taken by surprise at the pace of developments, regained their second wind
- the return of relatively easy breathing after initial exhaustion during continuous exertion
How To Use second wind In A Sentence
- She seemed to get a second wind and renewed her singing, jumping, cot dancing antics.
- The exact timing of your biorhythm is personal to you, but body temperature and therefore alertness is generally lowest at 4 A.M. It rises and peaks in the morning around 10 A.M. to 12 noon, then slumps somewhere between 2 and 4 P.M., at which time your body temperature rises and you get a second wind. THE PROGRAM
- Waves slosh through all of his books, whose titles sound like the names of sea chanties: “Sea of Glory,” “Away Off Shore,” “Second Wind,” and “In the Heart of the Sea,” the winner of the 2000 National Book Award for nonfiction. Hullabaloo
- Just as he was finishing the second window, Emma traced inside the scant light of the bedroom and smiled softly at him, her expression proud. Kresley Cole Immortals After Dark: The Clan MacRieve
- the employers, initially taken by surprise at the pace of developments, regained their second wind
- The housing market getting a second wind is something that unsettles the Reserve Bank and could even bring forward another dose of interest rate deterrence.
- Finding a second wind, he rode away from his pursuers.
- He also declined to say when the second Windows Vista beta would ship, although expectations are for very early in 2006.
- Christy laughed haughtily, waved gaily at them, then took off again, in case her little taunt had - by any chance - brought on a second wind for them.
- The runner second wind after a few miles and was then able to complete the course.