perspire


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Synonyms for perspire

sweat

Synonyms

  • sweat
  • glow
  • swelter
  • drip with sweat
  • break out in a sweat
  • pour with sweat
  • secrete sweat
  • be damp or wet or soaked with sweat
  • exude sweat

Synonyms for perspire

to excrete moisture through the pores of the skin

Synonyms

Synonyms for perspire

excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin

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In hot weather, or during vigorous activity, the body perspires.
I even perspire two minutes after having a cold shower.
it's the time of year when horses sweat, men perspire and ladies merely glow.
The breathable stretch fabric allows for major mogul moves (or in my case falling) without binding or causing you to perspire, as it's not overly warm.
Men and women perspire equally on first dates, admit 43%.
A study at the University of South Carolina (Davis) revealed that players ranging from 200 to 300 pounds (the weight range of the majority of collegiate football players) perspire the most.
The cooler it is, the less water evaporates, the less we perspire, and the less the plants transpire.
In fact, according to the Certain Dri Perspiration Poll, 47% of respondents (male and female) report that they are likely to perspire during an important occasion, such as one's wedding, with men and women equally affected; those 50-plus are least likely, while 18-34 year olds are most likely.
Some 17% claim they perspire more than average, with 48% ranking themselves as "normal sweaters" and 35% as "light sweaters".
When the thermometer climbs over 13 degrees, I perspire like John Prescott caught playing puggies in a super casino.
To perspire or not to perspire, to keep your jacket on or off, has become an important question.
According to the Certain Dri Teen Perspiration Poll*, 11 percent of the teen population (12-18) -- more than 3 million -- reports they perspire "uncontrollably," or "more than they would like" on a normal day.
A rule of thumb is to engage in priming activity where the athlete begins to perspire lightly and has a flushed appearance.
They are clearly prepared to perspire for the cause.