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We employed our spare time in gymnastics, in turning, and in rambles.

But we must not mind the wits; there was a time when they might have laughed at our present gymnastics.

I should like to explain to you this singular kind of gymnastics.

Every year they shall have contests in music and gymnastics, and in horsemanship, in honour of the dead.

Gymnastics are to be practised chiefly with a view to their use in war.

A week later he was impudent to the teacher of gymnastics, who whipped him in return.

"If all you want is gymnastics you don't need me," mocked Dick.

If perfectly normal she will report for gymnastics three times a week.

Gymnastics is an expression of the cult of the body parallel to that of art.

The guardians or citizens, who shall study music and gymnastics.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, from gymnastic; also see -ics.

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