with every breath

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
References in classic literature ?
It is needless to say that Rebecca irritated her aunt with every breath she drew.
For the first time Genevieve saw the stomach-breathing of a man, an abdomen that rose and fell far more with every breath than her breast rose and fell after she had run for a car.
The stumps in the cleared fields were already hidden beneath the wheat that was waving with every breath of the sum mer air, shining and changing its hues like velvet.
With every breath of air that stirred among those branches in the sunshine, some trembling, changing light, would fall upon her grave.
At this hour and by this light it changes into threatening hands raised up and menacing the handsome face with every breath that stirs.
So there was no damming up the tide of life that was rising within him--rising with every mouthful of meat he swallowed, with every breath he drew.
by Peter Renton, Lydiate Christmas Time is on its Way CHRISTMAS time is on its way It's time the children start to play Dear Santa can I have a doll With eyes that go to sleep I will always love it And never let it weep For I will always dry its eyes And only let it peep I'm sure I'll hear it sighing As the angels take my place And cuddle it with reverence And put a smile upon its face For as the angels cuddle it Much better than I could I realise within my heart That this is for the good For now it will sleep soundly Just like in mother's arms And sleep very peacefully With every breath that calms For tomorrow is another day As its mum says hip, hip hooray
With every breath, there are thousands fungal spores, bacteria and viruses that will kill you very quickly if you don't have a functioning immune system.
With every ounce of my blood With every breath in my lungs Won't stop until I'm phenomenal I am phenomenal However long that it takes I'll go to whatever lengths It's gonna make me a monster though I am phenomenal But I would never say 'Oh, it's impossible' Cause I'm born to be phenomenal
Matthew lived life with every breath and was always the life and soul of every party.
According to the researchers, the product is able to diagnose asthma, liver disease, diabetes, kidney failure, among other diseases, by analysing the chemical compounds exhaled with every breath.
Ed Miliband's Labour should defend with every breath our country's greatest institution because what the ConDems are doing to the NHS is poisonous.
London, Oct 21 ( ANI ): When in Rome, you get a little hit of cocaine with every breath, as a study of psychotropic drug levels in ambient air from eight Italian cities found background levels of cocaine, cannabinoids - the active ingredients in marijuana - nicotine and caffeine in every urban centre.
With broken hearts we remember this day, when someone special was taken away, we loved you then, we love you still and with every breath we always will.
I loved you then, I love you still with every breath, I always will.