asphyxiated : Definition, Usages, News and More

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asphyxiated

as fik see ay tid

  • v  deprive of oxygen and prevent from breathing
  • v  impair the respiration of or obstruct the air passage of
  • v  be asphyxiated; die from lack of oxygen
  • a  in a state of asphyxia

  • When he awoke, he found an asphyxiated Lin beside him.
  • The boy had been asphyxiated more than a month earlier, having been kidnapped some 53 days previously when the armored vehicle in which he was being driven was stopped at what .
  • Someone had asphyxiated the old man, which should not have been hard, since he was suffering from emphysema.
News & Articles

  • Python Victims Were Asphyxiated, Autopsy Concludes
    The two young boys killed by a python earlier this week were asphyxiated by the giant reptile,  according to preliminary autopsy results released today. Further tests are being done on the boys, but Royal Mounted Police Sgt. Alain Tremblay said, “We recognize that this has...
    Aug. 7, 2013 - ABC News Blogs via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Norman Mailer in The Observer Blog (blog)
    - In 1999 Norman Mailer began a row with Tom Wolfe by commenting that reading the man who invented New Journalism was like "making love to a 300-pound woman. Fall in love or be asphyxiated".
  • Raphael in South Asian Women's Forum
    PARIS (AFP) - "Our hospital was already struggling with insufficient resources," said Raphael. "When the 35-hour workweek came along, we were asphyxiated."
  • Conrad Black in NorthernLife.ca
    McMurtry continued to maintain there were grounds for prosecution and Black accused him of "scrambling around like an asphyxiated cockroach" trying to find grounds to prosecute him.

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