One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1usually in combination Having breath of a specified kind.‘a foul-breathed poodle’
- ‘I have managed to lunch on countless occasions in the garlic-breathed vicinity of some very affluent business folk.’
- ‘Cheese-breathed art snobs have wreaked havoc on the metro area long enough.’
- ‘When a beer-breathed ball player agrees to coach a little league team, he finds he's in over his head.’
- ‘I leaned over, shaky-breathed, and kissed her fully on the lips.’
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