Examples of lung in a Sentence
He filled his lungs with the clean. fresh air.
Recent Examples of lung from the Web
Lewis, who had battled the lung disease pulmonary fibrosis, heart issues, a debilitating back problem and addiction to pain killers, died of natural causes, according to his publicist.
Health screenings and information will be available for balance assessment, blood glucose, blood pressure, body fat analysis, early heart attack care, lung and breast health, nutrition and skin cancer.
Long-term exposure to polluted air can cause decreased lung function, as well as asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, and possibly cancer.
After learning of their matriarch's lung cancer diagnosis, the Brown family, who star on the Discovery Channel show Alaskan Bush People, were devastated.
Police said the toddler’s injuries included bleeding in the brain and lungs, and possible retinal detachment.
He is known to suffer from lung problems dating from the Iran-Iraq War during the 1980s.
These toxins include lead, mercury, and arsenic, exposure to which can lead to reproductive damage, and skin and lung cancer.
Saletta, 80, died June 19 at home in Glenview, according to his wife, Suzanne, who said her husband, a nonsmoker with no family history of smoking, died of lung cancer diagnosed last August.
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LUNG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lung for English Language Learners
: either one of the two organs that people and animals use to breathe air
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