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1‘she sighed with relief’
breathe out, exhale
2‘the wind sighed in the trees’
rustle, whisper, murmur, sough
3‘he sighed for days gone by’
yearn, long, pine, ache, languish, carry a torch
grieve over, cry for, cry over, weep for, weep over, fret about, shed tears for
bemoan, rue, miss, mourn, lament, regret the absence of, regret the loss of, hanker after, hanker for, eat one's heart out over, hunger for, thirst for
cry out for, pant for, crave, have a yen for, dream of
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