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exert yourself

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Synonyms for exert

to bring to bear steadily or forcefully

Synonyms for exert

put to use

have and exercise

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make a great effort at a mental or physical task

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The first day she was very obedient and industrious, and exerted herself to please Mother Holle, for she thought of the gold she should get in return.
However, as I have said, Matilda at length yielded in some degree to her mother's authority (pity it had not been exerted before); and being thus deprived of almost every source of amusement, there was nothing for it but to take long rides with the groom and long walks with the governess, and to visit the cottages and farmhouses on her father's estate, to kill time in chatting with the old men and women that inhabited them.
There were local tales of his having exerted his powers of prognosis, or perhaps you would say diagnosis; and it was said that in every instance the person whose friends he had warned had died suddenly at the appointed time, and from no assignable cause.
Benjamin, when I put the question to him, acknowledged that I had made a sensible choice on this occasion, and at once exerted himself to help me.
Amongst other things they spoke of the middle ages: some praised that period as far more interesting, far more poetical than our own too sober present; indeed Councillor Knap defended this opinion so warmly, that the hostess declared immediately on his side, and both exerted themselves with unwearied eloquence.
And I pressed the key, and pulled at the gate, and exerted myself.
She exerted herself to the utmost, felt the hopelessness of the position, and was every instant suppressing the tears that started into her eyes.
To these impulses must be added the complete ascendancy which his friend had long been accustomed to exercise over him--an ascendancy exerted in the beginning sorely at the expense of his friend's vices, and was in nine cases out of ten looked upon as his designing tempter when he was indeed nothing but his thoughtless, light-headed tool.
GCC States in a press statement described the step as necessary to boost efforts exerted by President Hadi to restore security and stability to Yemen.
Daini MP for Diyala Hawiyatana coalition said at a news conference today the mechanism used by the security services in the procedures of the return of the displaced people to Muqdadiyah , Dalli Abbas, areas and to Jalawla and Mansuriya are very complicated procedures ,that the number of displaced families has reached more than 150 000 families only dozens of them returned due to pressures exerted by some influential parties there who oblige displaced people to adhere and work in the rank of those parties in exchange to return back homes .
The honoring coincides with the ROP celebrations of its Annual Day and in a recognition of the ROP General Command of the sincere efforts being exerted by the police personnel and urging them to exert more efforts of dedication to serve the dear country.
In his address he delivered in the UN General Assembly's 69th Round being held here, Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal hailed efforts exerted by President Hadi to reach an agreement avoiding Yemen chaos and bloodshed.
NNA - Development and Liberation bloc member Anouar Khalil on Thursday relayed heaps of praise on the efforts exerted by the Lebanese judicial apparatuses to unveil the fate of missing Imam Moussa Sadr and his comrades, calling to intensify them.
Abbas reiterated "our full appreciation for Egypt for all the efforts it exerted with us for a long time to reach a formula that is satisfactory to all parties.
The Health Ministry s branch in the Southern region indicated that endeavors being exerted to control communicable diseases is registering encouraging outcome.