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Exercise, - Exposition,
Exhale, to draw out: “the grave doth gape, and doting death is near; therefore e.” H5 II, 1, 66 (== draw your sword; Pistol's speech). “'tis thy presence that --s this blood from cold and empty veins,” R3 I, 2, 58. what these sorrows could not thence (from my eyes) “e., thy beauty hath,” R3 I, 2, 58 Used of the sun drawing up vapours and thus causing meteors: “with rotten damps ravish the morning air: let their --d unwholesome breaths make sick the life of purity,” Lucr. 779. “breath a vapour is; then, thou fair sun, e. this vapour now; in thee it is,” Pilgr. 39 and LLL IV, 3, 70. “be no more an --d meteor, a prodigy of fear and a portent,” H4A V, 1, 19. “it is some meteor that the sun --s,” Rom. III, 5, 13. cf. Hale.