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 ?
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 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.
MINNEAPOLIS -- As their delirious fans sang their theme song and their owner lifted the Lombardi Trophy, the Philadelphia Eagles finally could breathe freely.
6) Having left the polluted zone, we can now breathe freely.
Sean the vet has been doing more nose jobs than a Harley Street plastic surgeon but it's thanks to him that these dogs can breathe freely again.
Breathe freely as you hold each stretch for around 30 seconds.
The vigilant efforts of our Armed Forces have reduced terrorism in our country and made it possible for our citizens to breathe freely and lead their lives without fear.
It was about Nepali women and illustrated their feelings and emotions in the perspective of today's urban life in Nepal, which offers less space for its women to breathe freely and enjoy the freedom of life.
You have the runny nose, congestion, and pain of sinusitis, and it seems like it's been eons since you could breathe freely.
Jennie started her career at Mace in 2014 as our occupational health lead for major projects, but in pursuit of a better way she quickly impressed in her role by supporting Mace's occupational health strategy and leading Maces partnership with the Breathe Freely initiative.
In the May issue, we published an article, "Outfoxing Foxtails," that included an endorsement of the Outfox Field Guard, a protective hood for dogs that is made out of a fine mesh, allowing the dog to run and breathe freely while protecting him from getting foxtails in his eyes, ears, nose, and mouth.