Examples of breather in a Sentence
He decided to give them a breather.
took a breather from the seemingly endless task of sorting through years of stuff stored in the attic
Recent Examples of breather from the Web
But does that mean cable chatterers and blogosophere babblers have taken a breather?
But every once in a while, take a breather and remember what drew you to the profession in the first place.
By Michael Andor Brodeur The Breeders Some bands take a breather, come back, and drop a brick; the Breeders would rather throw one.
Thursday, DePersia played the entire game, but as a way of giving him a breather, coach Paul Wiedeman moved another defensive stopper, Lewis Evans, on Latane for a few minutes.
Colson played the first 6:45 before taking a breather with the Irish ahead 12-11.
But for a few days, at least, with traffic cones down and most Olympic checkpoints removed, Pyeongchang can take a breather as the eyes of the world shift somewhere else.
But that wouldn’t be the worst thing, and in fact, might even be healthy, a long overdue breather in what has otherwise been a raging bull market, now approaching its nine-year anniversary next month.
The Wizards built a 99-96 lead before Kidd called timeout with 3:01 remaing to give his team a breather and get Antetokounmpo back into the game.
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First Known Use of breather
BREATHER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of breather for English Language Learners
: a pause for rest
: someone or something that breathes in a specified way
BREATHER Defined for Kids
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