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adjective as in applied

adjective as in practiced

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His classes are big on demented trust exercises, and it’s during one of these exercises that David and Sarah first connect.

From Vox

I was only going to an outdoor exercise class in a field, so I figured my short blond hair, peach biker shorts and big Champion sweatshirt, combined with the timeliness of the upcoming season of “The Crown” featuring her, would be perfect.

The military is already conducting multiple tabletop exercises to plan for contingencies and potential distribution failures.

From Fortune

This means exercise can boost strong connections between the prefrontal cortex and other brain regions.

They make new friends, get a lot of exercise and learn skills.

Blair never made the mistake of underestimating Brooks, and his own considerable powers of ingratiation were exercised on her.

Distasteful those ads might be, but restrictions on political speech should be exercised with great deliberation and caution.

“Tom Coburn has exercised a lot more influence on the race than anyone has actually realized,” Shapard said.

But big brains were exercised in how the stars were produced, directed, scripted, and managed.

The political world and her most fervent fans may be exercised about a presidential bid.

The ability to sustain the tone for a long time will increase, and with it the power of the muscles exercised.

This power may be exercised, either through treaties made by the president and senate, or through statutes enacted by congress.

If exclusive authority to issue the call is vested in the directors, it cannot be exercised by the president and secretary.

In view of the lasting influence which her personality exercised upon Peter Ilich, some account of this lady should be given here.

No restraint is placed upon the practice of any religion exercised with due regard to morality.


On this page you'll find 196 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exercised, such as: enforced, practiced, tested, activated, adapted, and adjusted.

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