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- n. Plural form of sweat.
- n. A sweatsuit.
- n. Any illness causing copious perspiration.
- n. Nervousness.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sweat.
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- n. garment consisting of sweat pants and a sweatshirt
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Quarterback JaMarcus Russell, who last week signed a six-year deal, $61 million contract, the richest ever for a rookie, watched in sweats from the sideline as McCown started despite a small fracture on the index finger of his right hand and a sore right foot.
But these days, the Will Ferrell faction, toting KFC buckets and dressed in A & F sweats, is easily dominating the partying fields and mini-village-like tailgating enclaves such as Vanderbilt 's "Vandyville," Southern Methodist' s "The Boulevard" and LSU 's "Death Valley."
While Lawlor sat, fighter Chris Leben was panting in sweats on a treadmill across the gym.
They were dressed in sweats and a house coat, respectively, said the official, who asked for anonymity because the investigation is ongoing.
Victor Mature sweats from the burden of tuberculosis and his own impending doom.
Mostly they do a few cosmetic things they would never have done at the day job, like spend the entire day in sweats or in their pajamas.
Watson, curled up in sweats, talks about her friendship with designer Karl Lagerfeld and how proud she is that he photographed her for a magazine spread.
Veronica said ... kim - hehe ... yeah, a good pair of sweats is a must as well. renee - i think the older they get, the more likely they get us dirty.
Others have already pointed out his tremendously poor decision making of carrying a pistol in sweats without a holster, into a nightclub where alcohol was being served (and he may have been imbibing himself).
Gone is the soccer mom in sweats, the occasional misanthrope, the woman who worries about whether the shephard's pie she made will be loved by her family.
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