Aspiration

Aspiration,

Definition of Aspiration:

  1. Suction of a fluid.

  2. The action of pronouncing a sound with an exhalation of breath.

  3. A hope or ambition of achieving something.

  4. The action or process of drawing breath.

  5. Breathing a liquid into lungs when swallowing or vomiting.

Synonyms of Aspiration

Aqua-Lung, Aim, Allophone, Alveolar, Ambition, Ambitiousness, Animus, Apico-alveolar, Apico-dental, Articulation, Artificial respiration, Assimilation, Assumption, Assurance, Assured faith, Asthmatic wheeze, Basis, Bated breath, Bilabial, Bleeding, Bloodletting, Breath, Breath of air, Breathing, Breathy voice, Broaching, Broken wind, Cacuminal, Calling, Cause, Cerebral, Check, Cheerful expectation, Confidence, Consideration, Consonant, Continuant, Conviction, Cough, Counsel, Craving, Cupping, Dental, Dependence, Desideration, Desideratum, Design, Desire, Determination, Diphthong, Direction, Dissimilation, Doomed hope, Drafting, Drainage, Draining, Drawing, Dream, Effect, Emptying, Epenthetic vowel, Exhalation, Expectation, Expiration, Explosive, Exsufflation, Fair prospect, Faith, Fervent hope, Fixed purpose, Function, Gasp, Glide, Glottal, Glottalization, Goal, Good cheer, Good hope, Great expectations, Ground, Guiding light, Guiding star, Gulp, Guttural, Hack, Hankering, Hiccup, High goal, High hopes, Hope, Hopeful prognosis, Hopefulness, Hopes, Hoping, Hoping against hope, Idea, Ideal, Idealism, Ideals, Inhalation, Inhalator, Inhalement, Inspiration, Insufflation, Intendment, Intent, Intention, Iron lung, Labial, Labialization, Labiodental, Labiovelar, Laryngeal, Lateral, Lingual, Liquid, Little voice, Lodestar, Longing, Low voice, Lust, Mainspring, Manner of articulation, Matter, Meaning, Milking, Mind, Modification, Monophthong, Morphophoneme, Motive, Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, Mumble, Mumbling, Murmur, Murmuration, Murmuring, Mute, Mutter, Muttering, Nasal, Nisus, Objective, Occlusive, Oxygen mask, Oxygen tent, Palatal, Pant, Parasitic vowel, Passion, Peak, Pharyngeal, Pharyngealization, Phlebotomy, Phone, Phoneme, Pipetting, Plan, Plosive, Plot, Point, Prayerful hope, Presumption, Pretension, Principle, Project, Promise, Proposal, Prospect, Prospects, Prospectus, Prothetic vowel, Puff, Pumping, Purpose, Reaching high, Reason, Reliance, Resolution, Resolve, Respiration, Retroflex, Sake, Sanguine expectation, Scheme, Score, Scuba, Security, Segmental phoneme, Semivowel, Sigh, Siphoning, Sneeze, Sniff, Sniffle, Snore, Snoring, Snuff, Snuffle, Soft voice, Sonant, Sonority, Source, Speech sound, Spring, Stage whisper, Sternutation, Stertor, Still small voice, Stop, Striving, Study, Suck, Sucking, Suction, Surd, Suspiration, Susurration, Susurrus, Syllabic nucleus, Syllabic peak, Syllable, Tapping, Transition sound, Triphthong, Trust, Ulterior motive, Underbreath, Undertone, Upward looking, Urge, Velar, Venesection, View, Vocable, Vocalic, Vocation, Vocoid, Voice, Voiced sound, Voiceless sound, Voicing, Vowel, Well-grounded hope, Wheeze, Whisper, Whispering, Will, Wind, Wish, Yearning, Desire, Hope, Longing, Yearning, Hankering, Urge, Wish

How to use Aspiration in a sentence?

  1. There is no aspiration if the syllable begins with s.
  2. The yawning gulf between aspiration and reality.

Meaning of Aspiration & Aspiration Definition