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synonyms for exerted

  • apply
  • bring to bear
  • exercise
  • expend
  • strive
  • utilize
  • wield
  • dig
  • employ
  • endeavor
  • labor
  • plug
  • ply
  • push
  • strain
  • struggle
  • throw
  • toil
  • use
  • work
  • apply oneself
  • bring into play
  • give all one's got
  • give best shot
  • make effort
  • peg away
  • pour it on
  • put forth
  • put out
  • sweat it
  • try hard
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antonyms for exerted

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  • conceal
  • hide
  • idle
  • ignore
  • laze
  • relax
  • rest
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How to use exerted in a sentence

When that happens, the prefrontal cortex “can exert control better,” says Lowe.
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However, companies had argued that they could not adopt an employment model unless they exert more control over drivers.
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This exerts a horizontal centri­fugal force out toward the feet.
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Gears multiply the force an internal combustion engine is able to exert on the wheels.
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We also exert gravity back on the Earth, but because we are so small, it doesn’t make much of a difference.
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A good example of why the pandemic and stimulus are exerting a far stronger pull than possible future shifts in policy, he says, is energy.
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The agents exert intense pressure on defectors to return, using both threats and incentives that are often delivered via family members still in North Korea.
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To Gore, that meant exerting a level of control over nature that many biologists might find artificial in the extreme.
A PHYSICIST’S APPROACH TO BIOLOGY BRINGS ECOLOGICAL INSIGHTSGABRIEL POPKINOCTOBER 13, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
The tougher issues, regarding the tight control China’s government exerts over its economy, were deferred to a second phase of talks.
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Those factors share almost nothing in common except that Presidents exert little if any control over them.
THE PRESIDENT DOESN’T ACTUALLY IMPACT THE ECONOMY THAT MUCHGEOFFREY COLVINOCTOBER 12, 2020FORTUNE
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