with every (other) breath

with every (other) breath

Of something spoken or muttered, at every possible moment; frequently, repeatedly, or constantly. They've been praising her efforts with every breath. The concierge kept apologizing to us with every other breath for the problems we'd experienced during our stay at the hotel.
See also: breath, every

with every (other) breath

Fig. [saying something] repeatedly or continually. Bob was out in the yard, raking leaves and cursing with every other breath. The child was so grateful that she was thanking me with every breath.
See also: breath, every