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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Any of the smallest ducts leading to the lungs.

Usage examples (10)
  • Whatever it is, spores or something in the air agitates air/bronchiole passages, and coughing can be excruciating.
  • From there the bronchi divides into multiple smaller bronchiole, none of which contain cartilage or mucus glands in their walls.
  • What ever it was, spores in the air or whatever, I tried a bronchiole inhaler and it instantly gave relief and put the coughs to rest.
  • At the end of each bronchiole are tiny sacs called alveoli, each one of them lined with a thin layer of fluid that keeps each alveolus open. for more
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