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Sentence count:185+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: employput forthuseutilizeAntonym: neglectSimilar words: exertionexerciseexecuteexecutionexecutiveexempt fromchief executiveexecutive branchMeaning: [ɪg'zɜːt]  v. 1. put to use 2. have and exercise 3. make a great effort at a mental or physical task. 
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1. I was too tired to exert myself.
2. If you were to exert your influence they might change their decision.
3. Trying to get the silverwarecleanwe have to exert ourselves to rub away for hours.
4. He likes to exert his authority.
5. to exert strength, influence, etc.
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6. He doesn't have to exert himself on my behalf.
7. Christopher hoped to exert his influence to make them change their minds.
8. She could probably exert her influence with the manager and get you a job.
9. You'll have to exert yourself more if you want to pass your exam.
10. We all know that when we exert ourselves our heart rate increases.
11. Some managers exert considerable pressure on their staff to work extra hours without being paid.
12. Retailers can exert leverage over producers by threatening to take their business elsewhere.
13. These exotic plants exert a fascination all of their own.
14. The two hormones exert opposite effects.
15. Have they used their economic clout to exert control?
16. Do not exert yourself unnecessarily.
17. We seem to exert every effort to make the least of the most.
18. Even in apparently well-integrated families, fathers exert only the smallest of influences on the child's sports participation.
19. Could such extraordinary images not exert a profound influence on art in this century?
20. Not only do they command force, but they exert a moral appeal as well.
21. Why exert himself to win a battle the bowmen had already won?
22. For college students to do a part-time job will exert a profound influence on their personality and life.
23. In order to be successful he would have to exert himself.
24. The more self-knowledge we have, the more control we can exert over our feelings and behaviour.
25. Later on I realised the extent to which the Soviet side could exert pressure on us in these matters.
26. Gaitskell now knew that there were practical limits to the extent to which the Government could exert control over the industry.
27. He clearly portrays the pressures that changing gender roles exert on family life.
28. This wage is used to support workers in order that they can continue to exert labour-power week in week out.
29. This is the best measure of fitness, since it expresses the greatest rate at which an individual can exert himself.
30. It was concluded that good schools can, and do, exert an important protective effect against behavioural disturbance.
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