Origin of transpire
historical usage of transpire
OTHER WORDS FROM transpiretran·spir·a·ble, adjectivetran·spir·a·to·ry [tran-spahyr-uh-tawr-ee], /trænˈspaɪr əˌtɔr i/, adjectiveun·tran·spir·ing, adjective
How to use transpire in a sentence
And that is precisely what is transpiring today, as Bibi lets it be known that he is holding back the settlement surge.
Walter, as he paced up and down the pavement outside, would have given much to know what was transpiring within.The Doctor of Pimlico|William Le Queux
But while this was transpiring on the left there was a terrible sacrifice of life at the foot of Maryee's Hill.
Before entering upon the narrative of my own observations, let us take a look at events transpiring in the city on Sunday.