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synonyms for perspired

  • secrete
  • drip
  • exude
  • glow
  • lather
  • pour
  • swelter
  • be damp
  • be wet
  • break a sweat
  • get in a lather
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antonyms for perspired

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  • dry
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How to use perspired in a sentence

Old Garcia perspired with anguish as he looked over his caravan, and figured up the cost in his head.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
The horses panted and perspired, while horses and lads were covered with dust.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S BRAVERYBURT L. STANDISH
One, a lad twelve years of age, engaged so earnestly in the sports, that he perspired from his whole body.
NARRATIVE OF THE CIRCUMNAVIGATION OF THE GLOBE BY THE AUSTRIAN FRIGATE NOVARA, VOLUME IKARL RITTER VON SCHERZER
Tad tugged and perspired, and in the end was forced to ask for assistance in getting the animal off the ground.
THE PONY RIDER BOYS IN NEW ENGLANDFRANK GEE PATCHIN
To Kit, who inspired; to the creators, who perspired; and to Takahiro—may he not have expired.
WHEN A MAN MARRIESMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
The air was thick and sultry, the crowd perspired and blasphemed, and the storming of the box-office became imminent.
THE MAPLESON MEMOIRS, VOL IIJAMES H. MAPLESON
Deities cast no shadows, they never perspired, nor did their feet touch the ground when walking.
INDIAN MYTH AND LEGENDDONALD ALEXANDER MACKENZIE
The surgeon of the vessel, who perspired greatly from the effects of the walk, to relieve himself took off his wig.
CELEBRATED TRAVELS AND TRAVELLERSJULES VERNE
He perspired freely, and used a red silk handkerchief to remove the perspiration.
THE EVERY-DAY LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLNFRANCIS FISHER BROWNE
It was rough on a man in his honeymoon; so was what they said about my looks, and what I had on, and the way I perspired.
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