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Definition of Suffocating

Suffocating

  1. of Suffocate
  2. a. & n. from Suffocate, v.

Suffocating Quotations

The rainforest has an intense beauty that at times seems almost suffocating. The jungle is one twig short of impenetrable, and the greenery seems to crowd in on you with a sensation that has been described as akin to snow blindness.
Mark Barrowcliffe

I must confess that my imagination refuses to see any sort of submarine doing anything but suffocating its crew and floundering at sea.
H. G. Wells

The issue for my character, and the issue of the show is, how dirty do your feet have to get without suffocating yourself in the mud in order to get an inch of what you really want done?
Bradley Whitford

The required cheerfulness that characterizes many of our churches produces a suffocating environment of pat, religious answers to the painful, complex questions that riddle the lives of hurting people.
Tullian Tchividjian

To many men... the miasma of peace seems more suffocating than the bracing air of war.
George Steiner
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Suffocating Translations

suffocating in German is erstickend, erstickenden
suffocating in Spanish is sofocante
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