Meaning of suspiration in English:

suspiration

Pronunciation /ˌsʌspɪˈrɛɪʃ(ə)n/

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noun

literary

See suspire

‘With each rapid suspiration he gained more confidence.’
  • ‘Also audible are occasional coughs and suspirations from both the ensemble and the audience.’
  • ‘I have endeavoured to show that Shakespeare cooperated with this derision of forced love-sighs, writing certain of his sonnets in ridicule of their windy suspiration.’
  • ‘In addition to such verbalized utterances there will be a number of sighs, suspirations, and ritual gestures: rapid and repeated finger tapping, holding of the head in one hand, or two hands, and so forth.’