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See definition of transpiration on Dictionary.com
  • as inoccurrence
  • as inperspiration
  • as indevelopment

synonyms for transpiration

  • accident
  • circumstance
  • episode
  • existence
  • incidence
  • incident
  • instance
  • manifestation
  • situation
  • adventure
  • affair
  • appearance
  • condition
  • contingency
  • emergency
  • event
  • exigency
  • juncture
  • materialization
  • occasion
  • pass
  • piece
  • proceeding
  • routine
  • scene
  • state
  • thing
  • transaction
  • exudation
  • sudation
  • diaphoresis
  • excreta
  • sudor
  • egesta
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antonyms for transpiration

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  • denial
  • reality
  • refusal
    • decline
    • origin
    • cause
    • stoppage
    • decrease
    • source
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    How to use transpiration in a sentence

    Instead, their leaves quickly cover walls and begin the work of transpiration.
    CHANGING CLIMATES CAN TAKE COOLING TIPS FROM WARM REGIONSSHARON OOSTHOEKOCTOBER 8, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
    His book begins with the research for which he is best known, namely that on transpiration.
    MAKERS OF BRITISH BOTANY; A COLLECTION OF BIOGRAPHIES BY LIVING BOTANISTSVARIOUS
    Small passages should likewise be left throughout the body of the work, for the transpiration of moisture.
    A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE
    The remedy for this is to spray the leaves frequently so as to keep the air about them moist and so check transpiration.
    THE FIRST BOOK OF FARMINGCHARLES L. GOODRICH
    Warm dry air, especially when in motion, promotes the aeriform transpiration, by favouring evaporation.
    THE ACTION OF MEDICINES IN THE SYSTEMFREDERICK WILLIAM HEADLAND
    These are,—the expired air, or the secretion of the air-cells of the lungs,—and the ordinary cutaneous transpiration.
    THE ACTION OF MEDICINES IN THE SYSTEMFREDERICK WILLIAM HEADLAND
    This greater degree of transpiration renders them more tolerant of heat, and less of cold than the whites.
    THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY, VOLUME 3, 1918VARIOUS
    Ill-will is seldom cured on a sudden, it must go off by degrees, by insensible Transpiration.
    A CHARACTER OF KING CHARLES THE SECONDGEORGE SAVILE, MARQUIS OF HALIFAX
    The modifying effect of transpiration was in this case, completely excluded.
    LIFE MOVEMENTS IN PLANTS, VOLUME II, 1919SIR JAGADIS CHUNDER BOSE
    Trees regulate the humidity of the air by the process of absorption and transpiration.
    APPLETONS' POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY, FEBRUARY 1899VARIOUS
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
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    admonition

    WORDS RELATED TO TRANSPIRATION

    • change
    • circumstance
    • conclusion
    • denouement
    • event
    • eventuality
    • eventuation
    • issue
    • materialization
    • occurrence
    • outcome
    • phenomenon
    • result
    • situation
    • transpiration
    • turn of events
    • upshot
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