Beads of perspiration stood on his visitor's forehead.
"The Lion and The Mouse" by Charles Klein
I went to her; she was in a perspiration, which I knew was what the doctor wished.
"Poor Jack" by Frederick Marryat
Now and again the old man paused in his work to catch his breath or to wipe the perspiration from his brow.
"The Shadow of a Crime A Cumbrian Romance" by Hall Caine
A profuse perspiration had broken out on his neck and chest.
"The Devil's Garden" by W. B. Maxwell
Jack Barnes was dripping with perspiration, but his stroke was none the feebler.
"The Daughter of Anderson Crow" by George Barr McCutcheon
Paul was in a profuse perspiration, and his fever was sinking rapidly.
"The Forest Runners" by Joseph A. Altsheler
Glistening streams of perspiration ran down his cheeks.
"The Brimming Cup" by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Healthy people perspire as soon as they become too hot.
"Valere Aude" by Louis Dechmann
In reality my heart was fluttering, and a perspiration had broken out upon my head and the palms of my hands.
"Tell England" by Ernest Raymond
When Jim had made half of the weary row up the river, he ran into a little cove to rest and wipe the perspiration from his forehead.
"Sevenoaks" by J. G. Holland
I feel, as I gaze at each feature,
Perspiring and grimy and wan,
It is not the strength of the creature,--
The will only, urges him on.
"The Pale Operator" by Morris Rosenfeld
The sun bursts out in furious blaze,
I perspirate from head to heel;
I'd like to hire a one-horse chaise,
How can I, without cash at Lille?
"Titmarsh’s Carmen Lilliense" by William Makepeace Thackeray
No tremor, no perspire: Heaven is here
now, in Minneapolis.
It's easier to vomit than it was,
There's always the cruelty of scholarship.
I once was a slip.
"Dream Song 119: Fresh-shaven, past months & a picture in New York" by John Berryman
Genius, as Thomas Edison famously declared, may owe far more to perspiration than to inspiration, but Leah Busque's revolutionary startup was born in a moment of profound laziness.
No longer will Emily be the nerdy schoolgirl plagued by nervous perspiration, exclusion from the cool crowd and awkwardness with boys.
You can often tell when someone is going to get heat stroke because they look like Mr French on "Family Affair": bowler hat, tie nice & straight, coat on, pale skin, and not a drop of perspiration on a hot day.
Sweat– or is it perspire.
The nerves are rattling, you're starting to perspire, you're knees are shaking but it's probably not as bad as you think or is it.
And while I perspired through a few business meetings, I knew that at the end of the day I would be sipping some lovely beverages.
David Chase recognizes value of perspiration in 'Not Fade Away'.
A little more perspiration could go a long way.
As Edison might have put it, most great disco is one-percent inspiration, ninety-nine-percent perspiration.
David Chase recognizes value of perspiration in 'Not Fade Away '.
Thomas Edison's famous and oft-abused quote about genius being 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration is one of the great truisms of our time.
During perspiration toxins are eliminated from our body through it.
Even into deepest summer, they'll take their drinks with a side of perspiration, even as they jockey under the misters for scant relief.
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Wildlife Research Center anti-perspirant deodorant, created from a special "unscented" formula, fights and controls underarm body odor.