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Suffocate dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. It would suffocate us.
2. I’ll suffocate in that thing.
3. I thought I was going to suffocate.
4. We could work and not suffocate him.
5. Rather than waiting to suffocate in it.
6. Won’t we suffocate or something?
7. Anita looked as if she were about to suffocate.

8. It isn’t on fire, is it? We’ll suffocate.
9. Coconut Oil will coat the cockroaches and will suffocate them.
10. She had cut out herself from everyone to suffocate in darkness.
11. Grab his pillow and suffocate him! Cassidy barked at Henry.
12. I'd say we have at least six hours before we begin to suffocate.
13. But I did think, just for a moment, that I was going to suffocate.
14. Get up and suffocate this man before we all end up in jail!.
15. She’d suffocate in there and she’s France’s national treasure.
16. This allows a few seconds to Translocate back again before you suffocate.
17. At other times I would have liked the place, but now it seemed to suffocate me.
18. She squeezed her eyes shut to suffocate the sadness and drive it from her mind.
19. Once we withdraw our support from them, they will recede and suffocate to death.
20. You have about a day’s worth of air in there, after that, you all suffocate.
21. I think I would rather be smashed by Smaug in the open than suffocate in here!.
22. Steve spoke up, You won’t suffocate, and there is plenty of air coming in here.
23. If it wrapped itself round you and squeezed, you’d never get it off and you’d suffocate.
24. To my surprise, instead of having tried to suffocate me, Oz was indeed playing with Nathaniel.
25. For a few awful moments, he thought he might pass out and suffocate before he could get his breath.
26. At first he thought he was going to suffocate, but the layer that trickled into his mouth was thin.
27. Angie was afraid they would suck up all the oxygen at night and suffocate her and her husband in their sleep.
28. In a few hours, many of them suffocate probably because they could not stand the air or the plant they’ve eaten.
29. As you can see they wilt and suffocate like potted plants in a rock garden, choking on their own carbon monoxide.
30. When rules and directives suffocate choice we are left with the ruin that accompanies perpetual meddling and leveling.
31. The prince tried to speak, but could not form his words; a great weight seemed to lie upon his breast and suffocate him.
32. In the same way, we can only survive for two or three minutes without oxygen before our brain and body suffocate and die.
33. The judge fined him, and Broward responded by threatening to kill the judge, rape his wife, and suffocate their children.
34. There are also the evils that rise from the fetal I, that is often in complicity with the mother and can completely suffocate the adult I.
35. Laurie, (in the priest’s body) replied, Tough shit, should have thought about that before you left me to suffocate in your trunk eighteen months ago.
36. Hal knew a few of those jars had bugs crawling around inside; the lids had been pierced to allow fresh air in so the helpless insects wouldn’t suffocate.
37. Pussy’s words of warning still blinked on and off in the back of her mind, but she managed to suffocate them and bury them in a shallow grave in her sub-conscious.
38. Toward the end, his breathing was so slow and shallow I was afraid he was going suffocate, and worried about the effect that would have on Marjie’s body, but he pulled through.
39. A touch on the chest silenced me: I am stout, and soon put out of breath; and, what with that and the rage, I staggered dizzily back, and felt ready to suffocate, or to burst a blood-vessel.
40. How can Jews be God's own chosen children when they suffocate the truth with an idle fool called money, to be considered bigger than the Bible? It can do what it can cooling the hot blood down.
41. A thousand of the most beautiful and eminent verities enunciated by myself only collect into a kind of frozen pall that hangs about her miserable little head and does nothing more useful than suffocate her.
42. With equal nonchalance a dozen young men in the prime of life descend with composed faces into the depths of the sea; and there impassively (though with perfect mastery of machinery) suffocate uncomplainingly together.
43. Most of our neighbors in Fremont were bus drivers, policemen, gas station attendants, and unwed mothers collecting welfare, exactly the sort of bluecollar people who would soon suffocate under the pillow Reganomics pressed to their faces.
44. Her chest was moving up and down in an irregular way, as if her lungs had been stuffed and she was suffering a feeling of strangulation, or, you could say, as if somebody had put their hands around her neck and was trying to suffocate her.
45. This intimate and mysterious relationship between the Creator and the created, is expressed and identified by and through thoughts, emotions, behaviours and contents of speech, that do not control, coerce or suffocate the one, or the other.
46. Then a gush of wind overwhelmed her, almost knocking her over! Linda began to run but stumbled over! Then something or more correctly some unknown entity enveloped her! It held her tight and at one point Linda feared it would fatally suffocate her!.
47. The flaw with believing that Lady Ashburn or Elizabeth Bascomb had anything to do with this crime, apart from their apparent lack of motives, was that both women were small and undoubtedly lacked the strength to forcibly suffocate a man who was certainly not a weakling and who would have mounted quite a struggle to save himself from his fate.
48. And it was when Jim began to be a repetition himself, going round and round is the same circle of overpowering devotion, that she had felt forced, if she wished not to suffocate, to pass on to the fresh woods and pastures new of Edward; and she mustn't now, just because it was dark, and she was tired and elderly, forget these facts and begin to be sentimental about him.
1. The world closed in, suffocating.
2. The energy in the room is suffocating.
3. How suffocating the world without wind.
4. He seemed to be struggling, suffocating.
5. And now he was literally suffocating her.
6. He was suffocating slowly, his suffering.
7. Where is the sky? I’m suffocating!.
8. It was like a vacuum and he was suffocating.
9. This is the only way to keep from suffocating.
10. Atlai woke up from the feeling of suffocating.
11. It’s not the dress suffocating you, Lexie.
12. It’s suffocating too in here, Ron cried.
13. I could hear him coughing up blood and suffocating.
14. The heat was suffocating as there was little shade.
15. It brought all the doubts back in a suffocating rush.
16. When we met, Leila complained that she was suffocating.
17. She still dreaded the idea of a pillow suffocating her.
18. He’s everywhere, overwhelming me, almost suffocating.
19. Those storms can blow suffocating dust for days on end.
20. He was beginning to suffer bouts of suffocating anxiety.
21. Some conversation; you are literally suffocating her.
22. She felt as though she was suffocating in the closed limo.
23. Karen, please! I'm suffocating here! Don't freaking leave.
24. The EPA is suffocating the coal industry with regulations….
25. It was almost as though the lack of water was suffocating him.
26. He waited there, nearly suffocating, until he heard them leave.
27. He felt their suffocating embrace, and with it a surge of panic.
28. At the same time, a suffocating tightness swept up into my chest.
29. Nevertheless, he was suffocating her, by protecting her too much.
30. Elowen’s surprise hugged her tightly, an almost suffocating but.
31. The images from my childhood were suffocating me and I needed relief.
32. He shut off the engine, and we waited in silence and suffocating heat.
33. There was a suffocating silence, and a gentle breeze that was oddly warm.
34. And within seconds, he would be suffocating beneath that huge hairy arse.
35. The helmet felt suffocating and heavy as granite as it pressed down on him.
36. What did that mean? Was she getting enough air? Was Paul suffocating her?
37. How can the heart ache so? For D’ata, it was a crushing, suffocating ache.
38. He was immediately seized by a suffocating cough that soon ended his triumph.
39. He coughed while suffocating beneath a mountain of lives pyred to his pleasure.
40. As a boy growing up in the suffocating and extinguishing climate of poverty, I.
41. The choking smoke was so dense and suffocating, that Roger had to crawl back out.
42. Walter's mustache feels strange, almost suffocating, and causes her nose to wrinkle.
43. The plastic sealed tightly to her face, intensely more suffocating than water alone.
44. The sadness between us was almost suffocating, overshadowing the joy of our reunion.
45. The tightness in her chest was suffocating and she fought to keep her breathing even.
46. On the ground floor the air had become heavy with a complex and suffocating odour, a.
47. It felt like drowning, each breath burned within him, his chest tight and suffocating.
48. Still, she died a horrible suffocating death while he watched strippers in a juice bar.
49. Suddenly, I felt as if all the air had been sucked out of the room and I was suffocating.
50. Ryan watched as Selena’s wings kept extending and extending, suffocating her to death.
51. A great ringing sounded in his ears and there was a suffocating constriction in his chest.
52. The wind began to howl, and a suffocating expanse of air suddenly pressed down on them all.
53. Should he bolt for the nurse’s station to raise the alarm? God, he was suffocating here.
54. Vinnie had spread it thick, a generous layer of suffocating grease along his slippery path.
55. At New-London it was remarked that the air in the eddies was extremely hot and suffocating.
56. So close! So close! His thoughts railed as he struggled to breathe in the suffocating grip of.
57. From the ballroom beneath, muffled and suffocating chords were drifting up on hot waves of air.
58. One moment they were spluttering on the suffocating earth; the next, they were being pulled to.
59. A shell landed where he stood, wrapping him in black smoke and the suffocating smell of gunpowder.
60. And now his arms are around her and instead of feeling nice, it feels constricting and suffocating.
61. I was suffocating, finding it impossible to breathe as he stared at me with those blue eyes of his.
62. One day, in order to get out of this suffocating atmosphere in the house, she ran away to a relative.
63. The suffocating breath graying the basis of Life to the ground is polluted with our industrial exhales.
64. The highest cost is born by the animals and children that die from eating or suffocating in plastic bags.
65. The smell of the gas mingled with that of the breaths, the waving of the fans, made the air more suffocating.
66. The cold waters of the Circle Sea roared up at him and sucked him down into their green, suffocating embrace.
67. To prevent him from suffocating, I gave him several mouth to mouth breaths until his breathing reflex resumed.
68. So close! So close! His thoughts railed as he struggled to breathe in the suffocating grip of thundering disaster.
69. From the moment of the scene with Nikolay at Porfiry's he had been suffocating, penned in without hope of escape.
70. Cosette and Marius fell on their knees, in despair, suffocating with tears, each beneath one of Jean Valjean's hands.
71. Change can only occur within a legally marked field of ownership within the suffocating gravity of relation-slaveships.
72. However, the storm changed direction and the heavy snow laden wind blew directly into the house, suffocating the fire.
73. Nothing made sense, intense cold, spinning wildly in a deafening black suffocating space, for what seemed like eternity.
74. They were scared and speechless, in the suffocating musty darkness, imagining all sorts of possibilities beyond the wall.
75. He slapped Jim's mouth, stuffed it, mashed it full of fingers to snap and bite at, suffocating the angry grunts and yells.
76. Suffocating and on the verge of panic, she made a final lunge, screaming with the effort, through the suffocating regulator.
77. His attention was roused, I saw, for his eyes rained down tears among the ashes, and he drew his breath in suffocating sighs.
78. In the middle of the cave a large frying-pan full of oil was frying and sending out a smell of mushrooms that was suffocating.
79. They must follow the concave surface religiously, having no other choice, until they tangle up amongst themselves, suffocating.
80. He immediately scrambled onto his front to stop the incessant and strong jets of water from the showerheads, from suffocating him.
81. Darek clutched his own throat, aware that he was suffocating; it was as if his nostrils were afraid to breath in the poisonous air.
82. I came near suffocating, such were my efforts to hold my breath, and, continuing to look at her, I took my cigarette, and lighted it.
83. Bessie could be a little suffocating, but her affection was sincere, and it warmed his heart to be welcomed back with such enthusiasm.
84. In mid-November I flew to Madrid, escaping the suffocating aspects of Sandy’s aftermath, to visit friends with problems of their own.
85. In the meantime it was the heat of July and the felon could not breathe well beneath the hood and was in danger of suffocating to death.
86. The feeling of being cornered was suffocating, but the idea of giving in to Clayton Hargrave and accepting his protection was dizzying.
87. The intense, suffocating moment of panic is long enough for Alex to reach Ted's side, put a hand over his mouth, and for their eyes to lock.
88. Apart from the growing pain in his chest and the suffocating lack of air, it would have been an interesting experience, almost like a dream.
89. They are the ocean of undead filth swamping and suffocating and drowning your sleeping aura with their insane horrors purely by their numbers.
90. At last, with a trembling hand, he felt the cross on his breast and endeavoured to tear it off; it was also weighing upon him, suffocating him.
91. Conditions in the cage were unbearable as the temperature rose during the day and at night the humidity and lack of fresh air were suffocating.
92. She’d called him possessive, suffocating, the very things he was afraid of being towards her, the very things he knew would cause her to leave.
93. It was not part of the plan, but the sight of the poor suffocating women had turned them on to such an extent that they could not help themselves.
94. The Nukkern’s eyes glowed fiery red as he strengthened his suffocating grip around Ailia, squeezing out the last bit of air of her burning lungs.
95. Awakened and responsible individuals threaten the suffocating group identity required by the black masters to keep hold of the masses they control.
96. The foreigners who heard the noise in the dining room and hastened to remove the body noticed the suffocating odor of Remedios the Beauty on his skin.
97. It was as if a weight had dropped down again on my heart, suffocating it, making it difficult to breathe, after I had hoped it was lifted off for ever.
98. So, who should that be? I could hear my heartbeat sounding like a drum beat in desperation; with my chest rising and falling with suffocating intensity.
99. The three were glad to be out in the blinding sunlight and searing afternoon heat, rather than the eerie and suffocating tomb, though no one admitted it.
100. The animal population, protected from hunting for over a century, was ravaged in the conflagration; suffocating before the heat roasted to charred corpses.
1. As if something suffocated them.
2. My toes feel suffocated thinking.
3. I’m suffocated by the injustice.
4. Probably being suffocated to death.
5. Wei Zhihua was suffocated to death.
6. And became suffocated with memories.
7. The rose garden suffocated him, the.
8. Because it would have suffocated him.
9. They suffocated me with plastic bags.
10. Something very uneasy suffocated the air.
11. She couldn’t watch as Laura suffocated him.
12. I feel suffocated, but at least I feel strong.
13. He was suffocated; out of breathe for sometime.
14. Fear, misery, and war suffocated the mortal world.
15. Cloud, feeling suffocated by the growing realisation.
16. Imagine the title: Suffocated Her Lover by Cunnilingus.
17. The struggling diminished as the man suffocated on his.
18. The man guarding him suffocated Ish with the trishul rod.
19. Part suffocated, part bitten to death, in a mound of feral.
20. She felt a sensation of loathing which nearly suffocated her.
21. Suffocated before they could get him out, like choking on sand.
22. But either way, she practically suffocated me with those suckers.
23. Brown and drab, a thick bed of needle-seeds suffocated the ground.
24. Certain it is that many died at home suffocated by the Black Smoke.
25. She was not squashed and suffocated by Mohsens ton of flaccid flesh.
26. My husband is so protective over me, sometimes I feel so suffocated.
27. That’s right sir, but that’s not how she died; she was suffocated.
28. At that instant a suffocated sound of sobs and crying was heard in the room.
29. Boyfriend suffocated and burnt her body because he thought she was pregnant.
30. Genghis had his old friend Kushlek suffocated under a pile of carpets.
31. Her voice was suffocated by years of things missed, of activities left undone.
32. The weight of responsibility hung over my head, and I felt crushed and suffocated.
33. For a while, everything went dark and I was being suffocated but then suddenly the.
34. She suffocated a sigh and glanced at the blonde man who silently walked next to her.
35. There was still CO2, so the plants hadn’t suffocated without me exhaling for them.
36. If they had done it carefully – suffocated her with a feather pillow, say – we would.
37. I do not think that, for he has complained of feeling almost suffocated, and asked why the.
38. As the zombies joined in, she mercifully suffocated while myriad tiny and big mouths devoured her flesh.
39. First she had climbed the dangerously dilapidated stairs and now she had almost been suffocated by a door!.
40. The whole crew were half suffocated as they were tossed helter-skelter into the white curdling cream of the squall.
41. I felt suffocated by the atmosphere of intrigue, but I could not deal Anna Andreyevna such a direct and crushing blow.
42. To come in contact with tear gas in your dream suggests that you are feeling suffocated and smothered by some relationship.
43. To dream that you do not have enough oxygen suggests that you are feeling suffocated or smothered by a situation in your life.
44. ME: You know … that lady that they painted gold in that James Bond movie and she suffocated because her skin couldn’t breathe?
45. Charlotte pretended nothing of the sort; on the contrary, she declared at intervals that grew shorter that she was being suffocated.
46. He was mixed up and confused and still had no idea why is ex-wife was standing in front of him looking like a blood drained suffocated Barbie doll.
47. Swimming an ever collapsing tunnel a million acres away, I lift my head into green foliage waves, but where the flower? Suffocated by the nitrogen soaked land.
48. And in the house, after listening to his mother’s despair over boys who filled their lunch pails with slimy, suffocated reptiles, and bugs, he promised never to do it again.
49. As his suffocated lungs cried out in mute agony, panic flared wildly and in mad desperation he grabbed a billow at random, hauling the material to where he thought the line was.
50. One was concussed by disjunctive crowds, eclipsed by the fog that plugged its main arteries, suffocated by the throng which packed the trains, crushed in the markets and the malls.
51. Juvenal Urbino delivered the historic letter, which was then mislaid among other papers and never seen again, and the entire delegation almost suffocated i n the tedium of the speeches.
52. The young woman lit a kerosene lamp she was using in order not to wake up her sisters; a peculiar smell flooded the suffocated enclosure and began to melt with the local moribund aromas.
53. Leonardo’s eyes, so beloved by me, were now accusing me and were the symbol of a fault that I had never felt, and suffocated me and tortured me, clutching my entrails and put me in the jungle of regrets.
54. She would have suffocated at the Turnbulls’; the same atmosphere that had latterly pervaded all of her own surroundings began to surround the unoffending little house whose porch and front gate were reached.
55. I walked fast through the room: I stopped, half suffocated with the thoughts that rose faster than I could receive, comprehend, settle them:—thoughts of what might, could, would, and should be, and that ere long.
56. The noose was perhaps indicative of the death sentence and strangely fit that the victim had been suffocated, a rare but torturous incident that occasionally occurred during a hanging when the rope was inappropriately adjusted around the neck.
57. They suffocated us with smoke, they made us collapse from grain soaked in alcohol, they attracted us with what they called stool pigeons, poor hurt victims with eyes sewn shut that they set on stools to attract a flock toward its death.
58. It is quite enough that I have consented to be a party in the main and essence of the base transactions; but—but—I did not know myself, I am poisoned and suffocated with the stench of it!—So saying, she left the room and banged the door after her.
59. There was also a phase when humanity was insensitive towards the symptoms of this current factor and consequently our knowledge and awareness were in danger to be suffocated since they were kept suppressed and never given out fresh `air` to develop out more.
60. There was also a phase when humanity was insensitive towards the symptoms of this current factor and consequently our knowledge and awareness were in danger to be suffocated since they were kept suppressed and never given out fresh àir` to develop out more.
61. Since I have lived in this big straggling place, full of paths and copses where I am sure of being left alone, with wide fields and heath and forests beyond, and so much room to move and breathe in, I feel choked, oppressed, suffocated, in anything small and perfect.
62. Then, when he had assured himself that he could neither be seen nor heard, and was consequently relieved of doubts, he said,—"Thanks, madame,—thanks for your punctuality;" and he offered a chair to Madame Danglars, which she accepted, for her heart beat so violently that she felt nearly suffocated.
63. He tried to bend to them, but the chain was too short; almost suffocated by the mad pounding of his heart, he slipped one foot from its sandal, and gripped them with his toes; drawing his foot up, he grasped them fiercely, barely stifling the yell of ferocious exultation that rose instinctively to his lips.
64. The waves of lucidity that were so scarce during the rains became more frequent after August, when an and wind began to blow and suffocated the rose bushes and petrified the piles of mud, and ended up scattering over Macondo the burn-ing dust that covered the rusted zinc roofs and the age-old almond trees forever.
65. As he rounded the shack and started to climb the porch the pit bull grabbed him by the throat and the only evidence of a struggle was a subdued gurgling noise as the hound was quickly suffocated; his thrashing body rigidly anchored by the muscular JY, the sand effectively muffling the sounds of the twitching carcass.
66. In a short time they did more damage than the red ants: they destroyed the furniture in the parlor, in their madness they tore to shreds the hammock that had resisted the sad bivouac loves of Colonel Aureliano Buendía and they disemboweled the mattresses and emptied them on the floor as they suffocated in storms of cotton.
67. Now, is there any sense in these things? Ah! my God! he is dead! Well! and his little girl, what am I to do with her? What will the fruit-seller say? The idea of its being possible for a man like that to die like this! When I think how he put himself under that cart! Father Madeleine! Father Madeleine! Pardine! He was suffocated, I said so.
68. Dantes, although stunned and almost suffocated, had sufficient presence of mind to hold his breath, and as his right hand (prepared as he was for every chance) held his knife open, he rapidly ripped up the sack, extricated his arm, and then his body; but in spite of all his efforts to free himself from the shot, he felt it dragging him down still lower.
69. Some returned with their abdomens crisscrossed by barbarous stitches that seemed to have been sewn with cobbler’s hemp; they would raise their shirts to display them when people came to visit, they compared them with those of others who had suffocated from excesses of joy, and for the rest of their days they would describe and describe again the angelic visions they had seen under the influence of chloroform.
70. Just then the sound of finger-nails slightly grating against the door of the library informed Valentine that the count was still watching, and recommended her to do the same; at the same time, on the opposite side, that is towards Edward's room, Valentine fancied that she heard the creaking of the floor; she listened attentively, holding her breath till she was nearly suffocated; the lock turned, and the door slowly opened.
1. His vicious breath suffocates me.
2. It suffocates me only to think of it.
3. In that box! The mere thought of it suffocates me.
4. He points with his finger to his mouth and coughs a few times theatrically, pretending he suffocates.
5. A child can do it effortlessly, but what happens when the child is gone? When the hard, stony reality of this world presses in so overwhelmingly, that the child literally suffocates.
6. This procedure contains actions that solve the drama of the payment of the debt and it eliminates the agony that suffocates countries and its organizations, without there is the swindle of the debt.

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