Definition of Sudations

1. sudation [n] - See also: sudation



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sudations

sud
sudamen
sudamina
sudanophilia
sudaria
sudaries
sudarium
sudary
sudate
sudated
sudates
sudating
sudation
sudations (current term)
sudatoria
sudatories
sudatorium
sudatoriums
sudatory
sudburyite
sudd
suddain
sudden
sudden death
sudden fiction
sudden infant death syndrome
suddenly
suddenness

Literary usage of Sudations

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1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1831)
"The very ex- sudations, unable for want of vital warmth to evaporate, fall back in clammy sweat on the skin. From the lungs, exhalations no longer ..."

2. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1842)
"... finds the universal auxiliary for exciting and strengthening the vital power in cold water alone, variously applied and assisted by sudations. ..."

3. The U. N. Role in the Persian Gulf and Iraqi Compliance with U. N. Resolutions by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... ai-} tacks on Iraq if it continues to refuse to disclose the location of its nuclear in-: sudations, as required by a Security Council resolution. ..."

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