breathe freely

breathe freely

To relax. To be free from worry. I can finally breathe freely now that I'm done my term paper—I had been working on that thing all day every day for weeks!
See also: breathe, freely
References in classic literature ?
"I breathe freely again!" said the doctor, laying down his spy-glass.
Go at once I must, it stands to reason; because I can't live without breathing freely; and I can't breathe freely until Arthur is out of this Marshalsea.
When Eureka's captor had thrown the kitten after the others the last Gargoyle silently disappeared, leaving our friends to breathe freely once more.
With the noiselessness of disembodied spirits we moved stealthily along the deserted streets, but not until we were within sight of the plain beyond the city did I commence to breathe freely. I was sure that Sola and Dejah Thoris would find no difficulty in reaching our rendezvous undetected, but with my great thoats I was not so sure for myself, as it was quite unusual for warriors to leave the city after dark; in fact there was no place for them to go within any but a long ride.
'I am of a strange nature, perhaps,' Rosa Dartle went on; 'but I can't breathe freely in the air you breathe.
Notwithstanding much cant and hypocrisy -- chaff which I find it difficult to separate from my wheat, but for which I am as sorry as any man -- I will breathe freely and stretch myself in this respect, it is such a relief to both the moral and physical system; and I am resolved that I will not through humility become the devil's attorney.
"To me, luxury is an unconstrained, minimalistic place where people can breathe freely, rest, eat and love," said Massimiliano Fuksas.
This suggestion may sound strange for many but ten years down the line, oppressed communities in India(comprising 60% of India) would need a new homeland where they can breathe freely and shed the choking yolk of RSS lynch mobs.
He later admitted doing it to breathe freely from the mouth after Pacquiao took the wind out of his sails with a body shot.
Most are affected in some way at least by brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome (BOAS), a complicated, multifactorial condition that results in a reduced ability to breathe freely (surely a prerequisite to a happy life?).
It helps to efficiently deliver medication to the upper and lower airways, with the aspirator gently cleaning the baby's nose and thereby reduces congestion, allowing the baby to breathe freely. The nasal aspirator can be used to remove mucus from the nose of the baby (due to the nasal aspirator being connected to Omron's DuoBaby Nebulizer compressor and achieving suction by leveraging venture effect), which is then collected into the collection chamber.
In a nutshell, Hazaras breathe freely only when they take to the streets to mourn the death of their loved ones.
It did not deter me but kept me going, for I knew there were millions going on without a right to life, without dignity, without being able to breathe freely and without feeling safe.
"After 50 years of Tilak's birth, on the same day, that is, July 23, another son of Mother India was born who sacrificed his life so that his countrymen could breathe freely in an atmosphere of freedom.