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pan ting

  • n  breathing heavily (as after exertion)
  • n  any fabric used to make trousers
  • v  breathe noisily, as when one is exhausted
    The runners reached the finish line, panting heavily
  • v  utter while panting, as if out of breath

  • I noticed one odd side effect, however: though quieter than the Silvia, the X7 makes a small, pneumatic hiss during brewing that consistently sent Sticky into heavy-panting, tongue .
  • By the time the silk was pulled off the Edsel in hundreds of showrooms around the country, people were panting to see their automotive deliverance, the plutonium-powered, pancake .
  • Ron, Harry and Hermione are on the run together, as we always knew they would be, both hunting and being hunted, fighting, sprinting for cover, holing up for precious panting .
News & Articles

  • Leaving Fido in Your Car on a Hot Summer Day? Illegal and Dangerous
    Each summer there are at least a few stories on the East End about the dog left too long in an unvented car on a hot summer’s day, panting to survive in the face of oven-like conditions. But despite pamphlets in the Sag Harbor Village Police Department, each summer these stories persist, which is why Dorothy Frankel has begun a crusade on behalf of man’s best friend to prevent what can be a ...
    June 13, 2013 - The Sag Harbor Express
  • Local cycling class boasts big results
    Sweating while you workout, that's one thing. But there's a local class that could leave you panting, and reaching for your water the moment you walk in the room.
    June 7, 2013 - WCPO Cincinnati
Quotes

  • Tom Brady in Forbes
    On Welker: "He's like a Labrador out there," Brady said. "You throw the ball and he runs and fetches it and he runs back. You sit in the huddle and he looks up and he's panting. There's sweat coming from his face." "I have no clue."
  • Boris Johnson in Ninemsn
    Until that time, I imagine there are shredding machines quietly puffing and panting away in various parts of the building,Johnson said.
  • Roger Clemens in Forbes
    I had my mouth open a little bit in the first inning. That was good. I wasn't panting, but I was breathing pretty hard,Clemens said, explaining that he wanted to push himself to exhaustion. "I think I'm a little further along than I...

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