Diaphoretic [adjective]

Definition of Diaphoretic:

damp with perspiration

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Sentence/Example of Diaphoretic:

Taken internally, camphor is a nerve stimulant, a diaphoretic and a feeble antipyretic.

Acetic ether is diaphoretic, stimulant, antispasmodic, and narcotic.

Expectorant and diaphoretic, in small doses; emetic and narcotic, in larger ones.

I was informed next morning that during the night he had taken diaphoretic infusions, and that he felt himself better.

The genus is described as tonic, diaphoretic, and in large doses emetic and aperient.

It is also regarded as diaphoretic, diuretic, and antiscorbutic.

A warm stomachic and diaphoretic; and, in large doses, aperient.

Diaphoretic, nauseant, and emetic when warm; tonic when cold.

As a stimulating expectorant and diaphoretic; in chronic catarrhs, low fevers, agues, &c.

Aperient and diaphoretic; in obstinate skin diseases and chronic obstructions of the liver.