heave en Inglés
v. lift, raise; toss, throw; rhythmically rise and fall; vomit; sigh heavily
Dorian heaved a sigh of relief as he saw the gardener approaching.
He heaved a deep breath, and his nostrils quivered with pleasure.
He heaved a deep breath, opened the door a little wider, and with half-closed eyes and averted head, walked quickly in, determined that he would not look even once upon the dead man.
She heaved a deep sigh.
Leandro and Manuel took a seat at the same table where the gamblers were playing. Leandro ordered wine, emptied a deep glass at a single gulp and heaved a few sighs.
Suddenly in his mind's eye, Julio saw the heaving ocean, a great steamer, a tall, blonde woman looking at him with half-closed eyes of invitation,
They waited a while and soon a ragpicker hove into view, bearing an empty sack and headed for Madrid. Vidal called him over and offered to sell their bundle.
"'Bout time you hove along," he greeted her.
"Heave round!" repeated Griffith, aloud.
"Now, by Saint George!" said Richard, again heaving up his arm.
1. breathe: exhale, pant
2. raise: elevate, hoist, lift
3. vomit: retch
4. undulate: bulge, dilate, palpitate, expand, rise, swell
5. throw: hurl, fling, cast
6. slosh: roll, rock, bob, pitch, lurch, waft, ebb