sec·ond wind / wind/ • n. [in sing.] a person's ability to breathe freely during exercise, after having been out of breath. ∎ a new strength or energy to continue something that is an effort: she gained a second wind during the campaign and turned the opinion polls around.
Second Wind ★★ 1976 (PG)
Wagner and Naughton are trying to settle into their new life together, but find they must make a variety of difficult choices. 93m/C VHS . CA Ken Pogue, Tedde Moore, Tom Harvey, Lindsay Wagner, James Naughton; D: Donald Shebib; W: Hal Ackerman; C: Reginald Morris; M: Hagood Hardy.