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perspire in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishperspireper‧spire /pəˈspaɪə $ pərˈspaɪr/ verb [intransitive] formal  HBHif you perspire, parts of your body become wet, especially because you are hot or have been doing hard work syn sweat Willie was perspiring heavily.→ See Verb table
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perspireShe felt hot and awkward and started to perspire.As he struggled to make the cut in Majorca, his lips were dry and his forehead was perspiring.Colonel Feather's face was getting red, and he was beginning to perspire.Pressing up, he clutched at a pair of feet, surprised to find them bare and perspiring.He was perspiring and would have liked to take off his jacket.Pham Van Dong, perspiring as the heavyweights encircled him, now accepted a partition at the sixteenth parallel.He was perspiring. It showed on his forehead.No wonder his feet perspire profusely and are prone to athlete's foot.James, who was perspiring profusely, took out a handkerchief and mopped his brow.You have probably been perspiring quite impressively too, and you are beginning to have fantasies of pints of a cool drink.She found that she was perspiring, the cool wind contracted her skin.