sensible perspiration


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sen·si·ble pers·pi·ra·tion

the perspiration excreted in large quantity, or when there is much humidity in the atmosphere, so that it appears as moisture (sweat) on the skin.

sensible perspiration

Etymology: L, sensibilis, perceptible
loss of body fluid through the secretory activity of the sweat glands in a quantity sufficient to be observed. Compare insensible perspiration.

sen·si·ble per·spi·ra·tion

(sen'si-bĕl pĕr'spir-ā'shŭn)
Sweat excreted in large quantity, or when there is high humidity in the atmosphere, so that it appears as moisture on the skin.

sensible perspiration

Perspiration that forms moisture on the skin.
See also: perspiration
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