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suspiration

(sŭs″pĭr-ā′shŭn) [L. suspiratio]
A sigh or the act of sighing.
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But shows of this sort suspire contemporaneity largely through the dissemination of fresh young talents.
She takes on a different kind of approach which suspires on a thorough critical analysis, not only of the meanings hidden in a text but also its language and grammar that exist in a close interplay with a discourse.
In one early stanza, for instance, "the White Hand Of Moses on the Bough / Puts out, and Jesus from the Ground suspires" (FitzGerald, st.
The thoughtful soul to solitude retires Where the white hand of Moses on the bough Puts out, and Jesus from the ground suspires. Come, fill the cup, and in the fine of spring Your winter garment of repentance fling The bird of time has but a little way To flutter--and the bird is on the wing.
The museum suspires friendliness and accessibility from the get-go.
He starts, suspires, his torso quaking with disbelief, while the surrounding circle of our faces discomposes as we implore the doors to open.
The tho ughtful So ul to So litude retires, Where the White Hand O f Mo ses o n the Bo ugh Puts o ut, and Jesus fro m the Gro und suspires. Rubai 4: Without O Thus the New Year revives ancient Desires.
Skeletons, masks, and puppets are mainstays of Ensorworld iconography, and yet for all his trafficking in lurid mayhem and morbidity, Ensor nevertheless suspires an air of transcendence.