she sighed with relief
Jem sighed and got up.
"I know that," he sighed.
And then I breathe a sigh from melancholy in being unable to do anything about it.
A sigh fell from her lips.
Did I really sigh? "While giving out an aura of unhappiness."
His beloved has to sit in a high tower... by the window with a languid sigh.
When do people sigh? People sigh when they are tired, impatient, sad or when they desire something.
He disappeared and George heaved a sigh.
I do not know whether it is a sigh of relief because I am concluding my speech, or whether it is because the other subjects were less important.
The definition of sigh is to take in or let out a breath loud enough to be heard. An example of a sigh is a long loud breath a person lets out when they are sad.
She looked at the clock and sighed
Betsy sighed sadly when she heard that she had failed her driving test again.
I forgot to get her a birthday present. She wasn't angry, she just sighed.
Heaving a great sigh I plunk my bread on the table and flump onto the chair.