Expiring
Expiring Ex*pir"ing, a. 1. Breathing out air from the lungs; emitting fluid or volatile matter; exhaling; breathing the last breath; dying; ending; terminating. [1913 Webster]

2. Pertaining to, or uttered at, the time of dying; as, expiring words; expiring groans. [1913 Webster]


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