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synonyms for exertion

  • action
  • activity
  • application
  • attempt
  • effort
  • employment
  • endeavor
  • exercise
  • industry
  • labor
  • operation
  • pains
  • strain
  • stretch
  • striving
  • struggle
  • toil
  • travail
  • trial
  • trouble
  • use
  • utilization
  • elbow grease
  • hard pull
  • long pull
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antonyms for exertion

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  • entertainment
  • fun
  • happiness
  • idleness
  • inaction
  • inactivity
  • indolence
  • inertia
  • laziness
  • misuse
  • peace
  • unemployment
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It uses my performance, perceived exertion tracking, and heart rate over time to calculate those.
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And, for us, because so much of our exertion is upper body, that’s the part of us that’s sort of, like, shaken and fatigued.
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It takes time, money, and emotional exertion to overcome identity theft.
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Most of them don’t even require much exertion or time on your part.
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The preparation for thus remembering numbers without effort is the only exertion required.
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It needed only an exertion of will for the soul to hurl the body ashore as wind drives paper; to waft it kite-fashion to the bank.
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He again sank, and it was only after great exertion that the brave sailors succeeded in rescuing him from a watery grave.
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When in the car if you find the exertion of talking painful, say so frankly; your escort cannot be offended.
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Every exertion was necessary to make the poor farm pay for the extra hand employed.
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WORDS RELATED TO EXERTION

  • accomplishment
  • achievement
  • act
  • blow
  • commission
  • dealings
  • doing
  • effort
  • enterprise
  • execution
  • exercise
  • exertion
  • exploit
  • feat
  • handiwork
  • maneuver
  • manipulation
  • move
  • operation
  • performance
  • procedure
  • step
  • stroke
  • thrust
  • transaction
  • undertaking
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