exercising

[ ek-ser-sahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF exercising

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXERCISING

To reveal his secret would be to destroy the prestige that must accrue to him from exercising it.

You could not more highly compliment the zeal I am exercising in your service.

I suppose they were exercising and developing their racial sentimentalism by the means of that dummy.

Was she exercising her wits on me for some purpose of her own?

Pleasure of experimenting, and exercising intellectual and moral power.

He never dreamed that she was exercising her skill upon him.

"It is simply a matter of exercising one's wits," Weirmarsh laughed lightly.

Dumb, passive, as a rule, exercising its influence unconsciously.

So it happened, some weeks ago, that I was exercising my ministry about forty miles from here.

So it happened, some weeks ago, that I was exercising my ministry, about forty miles from here.

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