from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of exhalant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A less correct form of exhalant.
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They are minute corks, if we may use the term, of coagulated lymp, which close the orifices of some of the pores or exhalent vessels of the skin.
It may also allow an assessment of the amount of particulate matter in the exhalent current that might indicate that the gills need cleaning.
The limbs studied, called maxillipeds, move rhythmically to deflect the exhalent water currents emerging from the gills.
At this time, the larvae are shot into the water from the exhalent siphon.
 A most singular sign of this function is given to the chemistry of the changes, according to a French botanist, to whose carefully and richly illustrated volume I shall in future often refer my readers, "Vers l'époque de la maturité, les fruits _exhalent de l'acide carbonique_.