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Sweat is the fluid excreted by the sweat glands during perspiration.
Sweat or sweating may also refer to:
- David Sweat, a convicted murderer who escaped from Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York on June 6, 2015
- Keith Sweat (born 1961), an R&B/soul singer, songwriter and record producer
- Lorenzo De Medici Sweat (1818–1898), a former U.S. Representative from Maine
- Noah S. Sweat (1922–1996), a judge, law professor and state representative in Mississippi
Arts and entertainment
- Sweat (TV series), an Australian drama series
- SWEAT (TV series), a Canadian TV series
- "Sweat" (short story), by American writer Zora Neale Hurston
- The sweats, an alternate name for the men's adventure genre of magazines
- Sweat (play), 2015 play by Pulitzer prize-winning American playwright Lynn Nottage.
- "Sweat" (Ciara song)
- "Sweat" (Hadise song)
- "Sweat" (Snoop Dogg song)
- "Sweat (A La La La La Long)", a song by reggae band Inner Circle from their 1993 album Bad to the Bone
- "Sweat", a song by Tool from Opiate
- "Sweat", a song by Oingo Boingo from Good for Your Soul
- "Sweat", a song by the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion from Orange
- "Sweat", a 1981 single by Brick
- Sweat Mountain, in the U.S. state of Georgia
- Sweat lodge, a hut, typically dome-shaped and made with natural materials, used by Indigenous peoples of the Americas for ceremonial steam baths and prayer.
- SWEAT (hypothesis), which proposes that the Southwestern United States was at one time connected to East Antarctica
- Sweating, a labour practice relating to sweatshops
- Sweating (cooking), heating vegetables in a little oil or butter, without any watery liquid
- Soldering, a term in plumbing sometimes referred to as sweating
- Sweating sickness, a mysterious disease which struck between 1485 and 1551
- Sweet (disambiguation)
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