01. The [sweat] rolled down his face as he worked in the hot sun.
02. The cook wiped the [sweat] off her face as she bent over the hot stove to stir the soup.
03. The patient had a high fever, and her clothes were soaked with [sweat].
04. We were [sweating] heavily as we worked, and our shirts were stuck to our backs.
05. There was a large wet [sweat] stain on the back of his shirt.
06. My hands always get [sweaty] when I'm nervous.
07. My son's hockey gear smelled strongly of [sweat], so we hung it outside to dry.
08. After working in the garden all day, my clothes were all [sweaty], and covered with dirt.
09. The patient had night [sweats] that left him shivering with cold.
10. Most common sports drinks are the equivalent of sugar-sweetened human [sweat]. They have the same salt concentration as [sweat], but are less salty than your blood.
11. An average man on an average day excretes two and a half quarts of [sweat].
12. [Sweat] cools the body off by releasing warm water from the body; as the moisture evaporates off the skin, it cools the skin.
13. [Sweat] itself is odorless. Only when combined with bacteria that are breaking down dead skin cells does it become smelly.
14. The palms of the hands and soles of the feet contain more [sweat] glands than any other part of the body.
15. Jesse Jackson once noted that both tears and [sweat] are salty, but they render a different result. Tears will get you sympathy; [sweat] will get you change.
16. Don Rose once suggested that the reason people [sweat] is so they won't catch fire when making love.
17. Marian Edelman once said that you shouldn't feel entitled to anything you don't [sweat] and struggle for.
18. There is a Haitian proverb which notes that ignorance doesn't kill you, but it does make you [sweat] a lot.
19. Heywood Broun once remarked that [sweat] is the cologne of accomplishment.
20. Hyman Rickover once stated that the more you [sweat] in peace, the less you bleed in war.
21. There is a Brazilian proverb which states that the earth is not thirsty for the blood of the warriors, but for the [sweat] of man's labor.
22. There is a Zimbabwean proverb which says that blood is the [sweat] of heroes.
23. [Sweat] is our body's natural coolant system.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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  • Sweat — Sweat, n. [Cf. OE. swot, AS. sw[=a]t. See {Sweat}, v. i.] 1. (Physiol.) The fluid which is excreted from the skin of an animal; the fluid secreted by the sudoriferous glands; a transparent, colorless, acid liquid with a peculiar odor, containing… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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