[per-spahy-ruh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee, pur-sper-uh-]
of, relating to, or stimulating perspiration.
Origin of perspiratory
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The mere suggestion was perspiratory, and the traveling man mopped his face.The Helpers
The opening of the perspiratory tube on the surface of the cuticle, namely, “the pores,” is also deserving of attention.
of, relating to, or stimulating perspiration
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