Definition of breathed in English:

breathed

Syllabification: breathed
Pronunciation: /breTHt
 
/

adjective

1 [usually in combination] Having breath of a specified kind: a foul-breathed poodle
More example sentences
  • I leaned over, shaky-breathed, and kissed her fully on the lips.
  • When a beer-breathed ball player agrees to coach a little league team, he finds he's in over his head.
  • Cheese-breathed art snobs have wreaked havoc on the metro area long enough.
2 /(also brēT͟Hd)/ Phonetics Unvoiced; voiceless.

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adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something