Near her stood a long-haired young man who perspired incessantly.
He perspired in reality now, and let his knees drop out of his arms.
In the evening I perspired so profusely that my bed had to be changed.
The horses panted and perspired, while horses and lads were covered with dust.
For a week, she toiled and perspired and suffered and was strong.
I perspired so much that mother put a life-preserver to bed with me.
As it was, I perspired about a barrel and my brain ached for a week.
He was a man who perspired freely, and now, in that single minute, his face trickled.
He foresaw that he would be punished, and perspired both water and blood.
Before the Rebels were up I was in it, and there I sat and perspired for six mortal hours.