For the world about us exerts a constant appeal to our senses.
Now she exerts her power with an energy to which he believed her a stranger.
It exerts pressure, the impact of its moving units of energy—photons.
The resistance of the Gulf does not form the bars, though it exerts an influence.
He exerts his physical powers because such exertion is necessary for his subsistence.
It exerts uniform pressure and in this way does no injury to the parts.
You will find an English Parsonage exerts a repressive influence.
That was a nice woman—if she exerts herself, I dont doubt that it will be all right.
He is a very good man, and exerts himself to the utmost for the hospitals.
The force it exerts, therefore, is very tangible in its results.