exude, sweat, lather, dry, lather, sudate.
He drew out a grey silk handkerchief as if ready to perspire
at the first thought of it.
The trees especially presented me with insuperable difficulties, and if every painter has to perspire
over perspective as I have done, his art is by no means an easy calling.
And when an elephant is very tired it begins to perspire,
or " sweat," over each eye, and two little hollow places there look as though they had been wet with a sponge.