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Synonyms for exert

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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I will exert myself, and if it is in my power to seize the monster, be assured that he shall suffer punishment proportionate to his crimes.
That, of course, would be the EASIEST plan: but I know the advantages of a place like this to a person in your situation; and I have no desire to part with you, as I am sure you would do very well if you will only think of these things and try to exert yourself a LITTLE more: then, I am convinced, you would SOON acquire that delicate tact which alone is wanting to give you a proper influence over the mind of your pupil.
The European Parliament, he said, "has rightly expressed clearly its position on these matters and exerts pressure where it can, but as we know the European Parliament does not have great power or capabilities and this is known.
The President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, exerts the most influence because of his key role as the head of the institution.
s chief executive officer was made a director of Dubai interior contractor Depa as the construction company exerts influence after buying almost a quarter of the company last year.
2 : to make an effort <She exerts herself to help others.
This exerts less force on a wearer, allowing him or her to carry 12 pounds (5.
In the trials, the two companies verified that sitagliptin exerts a hypoglycemic effect equivalent to glipizide (sulfonylurea).
Driving at 30mph along the A4061 between Pricetown and Treorchy, in Rhondda, exerts similar forces as driving on a racetrack, a study has found.
It states that when one body exerts a force on another, the second body exerts a reaction force that is equal in magnitude and opposite in the direction on the first body.
We show that the employee exerts more effort when his future compensation is more sensitive to his reputation, and when he believes it is more likely that he can affect his compensation with his effort level.
The tidal forces exerted by the supermassive black hole--the differences in the gravitational tug the black hole exerts on the different parts of such a cloud--would be so enormous that it would rip the cloud to shreds long before stars could emerge.
Its standard pipe and profile cutter exerts 250 in.
In position one, it exerts a certain amount of pressure to keep the gun in battery.
Cadmium is an environmental pollutant that exerts its toxicity mainly on the kidneys.