To excrete perspiration through the pores of the skin.(verb-intransitive)
To expel through external pores; exude.(verb-transitive)
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Use "perspire" in a sentence
"Madame Schwellenberg began to storm in bad English, and told him that he made her "what you call perspire!""
"In a season of throw-backs, you can add this to the list: Just as our grandmothers insisted that girls don't sweat, they "perspire," there remains a narrow range of acceptable behavior for female athletes."
"Plants that live in swamps must "perspire" freely and keep their pores open."