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SOB

shortness of breath.

SOB

abbreviation for short of breath.

SOB

Shortness of breath. See Dyspnea.

sob,

n a short, convulsive inspiration, attended by contraction of the diaphragm and spasmodic closure of the glottis.
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On the second occasion the skin-headed, multi-pierced bloke next to me sobbed so loudly I thought he might need medical assistance and was suitably distracted enough to miss the last five minutes.
As she was taken back to the cells she sobbed "Mum, I want to go home", and could be heard crying for nearly a minute after being taken down.
Not the child, please not the child,' sobbed Germania Brito who was waiting for her sister, Mariana Flores, her sister's husband, John, and their two-year-old son Isaias.
When the judge passed sentence, Lohan gasped and sobbed on her lawyer's shouder.
Anthony Trevor Muldoon, 26, of Surrey Street, Middlesbrough, sobbed as he made his first appearance at Teesside Magistrates Court yesterday.
In a magazine interview she revealed how she sobbed as she was questioned by detectives.
MICHAEL Jackson sobbed when the mother of a boy he allegedly molested refused to let him share the singer's bed, a court has been told.
As his mother sobbed in a nearly empty West Covina courtroom, 16- year-old Valentino Mitchell Arenas pleaded guilty Monday to the cold- blooded murder of a CHP officer, acknowledging he may spend the rest of his life in prison.
I don't want to see my daddy like that" she sobbed.
She said: "I sobbed and thought there was no point going on.
This from a woman who sobbed on national TV, on radio, to her friends, to any journalist who'd listen and who once had a whole Waitrose queue agog as she gave an acquaintance a full and frank account of her own husband's treachery.
The former Emmerdale actress, 36, sobbed as she told host Sir Bruce Forsyth: "It's been the best time of my entire life.