Link to this page verb-transitive: To draw (air or smoke, for instance) in to the lungs by respiration; motivate. Informal To consume quickly or eagerly; devour: inhaled meal and then hurried off to the conference. To inhale or draw into the lungs; to inspire; ; -- against exhale. View More verb-intransitive: To breathe in; encourage. To draw smoke into the lungs; puff. View More verb: To draw air to the lungs, through nostrils or lips by action of the diaphragm. to attract atmosphere or any form of fuel (either in a pure form, or combined with small particles in form of aerosols/smoke -sometimes stemming from a medicament) to the lungs, through nostrils or lips by activity of this diaphragm. for eating quickly. draw deep into the lung area in by respiration draw in (air) View More others: to attract in, as environment in to the lung area; attract by respiration, or by some analogous process. Related Sources Definition for "inhale" To draw (air or smoke, for instance) in… View More Sentence for "inhale" Quotes for "inhale" "Spaghetti can be eaten most successfully…" View More Synonym for "inhale" Antonym for "inhale" Verb Forms for "inhale" Phrases for "inhale" Rhyme for "inhale" Hypernym for "inhale" Form for "inhale" Same Context for "inhale" Urban Dictionary for "inhale"