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Spell Check of exercise

Correct spelling: exercise

Common misspellings for exercise:

  • excercise (36%)
  • excersise (12%)
  • excerise (7%)
  • exersize (7%)
  • excersize (6%)
  • exersise (4%)
  • excersice (3%)
  • exersice (3%)
  • exercize (3%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for exercise:

  1. Exercise, in the ordinary sense, is the easy natural action of any power; exertion is the putting of any power to strain and tax. An exercise- drive for a horse is so much as will develop strength and health and not appreciably weary. But by qualifying adjectives we may bring exercise up to the full sense of exertion; as, violent exercise. Exercise is action taken at any time with a view to employing, maintaining, or increasing power, or merely for enjoyment; practise is systematic exercise with a view to the acquirement of facility and skill in some pursuit; a person takes a walk for exercise, or takes time for practise on the piano. Practise is also used of putting into action and effect what one has learned or holds as a theory; as, the practise of law or medicine; a profession of religion is good, but the practise of it is better. Drill is systematic, rigorous, and commonly enforced practise under a teacher or commander. Compare HABIT.
  2. The hour for physical exercise was cut as short as Miss Brosins would permit.
  3. She liked the dirt, too, in a way, for she enjoyed the exercise of her ill- temper on it and the pursuit of it to destruction.