exert[ ig-zurt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exert
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXERT
Moreover, she will never again have opportunity to exert influence over me.
She must take care to exert it kindly but seriously now that the old Judge was gone.
She knew not how to exert any such will, she could not, she would not exert it.
What was the influence, the fascination that strange old Frenchman seemed to exert?
The army and navy also exert a detrimental action on sexual life.
If he do not exert himself sufficiently, he should be somewhat animated.
Even at Plassans he did not exert himself to extend his practice.
Jean had to exert all his authority to make the men hasten their preparations.
Please to exert yourself, for there is no real difficulty in understanding me.
They exert their power, as steadily as matter its attraction.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR EXERT
- avail oneself of
- bring into play
- bring to bear
- do with
- draw on
- find a use
- make do with
- make the most of
- make use
- play on
- press into service
- put forth
- put into action
- put to use
- put to work
- run through
- set in motion
- take advantage of
- turn to account