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  • n. A person who perspires (sweats).

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  • n. a person who perspires


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  • In fact, I am not really a big perspirer in general.

    Hats Off to Single Parents

  • A perspirer (over sixty) who was keeping up his tennises panted he kne ho har twa to clect infamatios but a diffpair flannels climb wall and trespassing on doorbell.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Pankov, a near dwarf of a man who was widely believed to hold his job because he made such a perfect contrast to the colonel, was a perspirer, a rumpled bumbler whose few remaining strands of rapidly graying hair refused to obey grease or brush.

    Rostnikov's Vacation

  • In the last year, Mr. Gates has partially retired from Microsoft, and the Redmond-based software giant is beset at all sides by credible rivals like Google, Apple and I.B.M. Tonight, Steve Ballmer, Mr. Gates's successor, takes the stage, and the most urgent questions around this speech seem to involve how much he will sweat (he is a famous perspirer).



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