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aerobics (used with a sing. or pl. verb) a system of physical conditioning involving sustained and vigorous exercise such as running, swimming, cycling, or dancing, that stimulates the heart and lungs and thereby improves the body's ability to utilize oxygen.
ashram a religious community or retreat at which people meet for meditation and exercise, esp. yoga. [1/2 definitions]
bench press a weightlifting exercise in which one lies on a bench, removes a weight from a pair of overhead supports, lowers it to the chest, and raises it again.
bodybuilder a person who engages in bodybuilding, the process of working to develop large muscles through special diet and exercise.
bodybuilding the process of working to develop large muscles in one's body through the use of special diet and exercise, particularly weightlifting.
civil liberty a citizen's freedom to exercise certain rights, such as the right to free speech or free assembly, as guaranteed by the laws of a country.
cloze a cloze test, exercise, or procedure. [1/2 definitions]
command to exercise control or authority. [1/12 definitions]
control to exercise the power to regulate, dominate, or manipulate; command. [1/9 definitions]
domineer to rule or exercise power in an arrogant or arbitrary manner; tyrannize. [1/3 definitions]
dry run (informal) a military exercise without live ammunition. [1/2 definitions]
exercise to engage in physical exercise or activity. [1/10 definitions]
exert to exercise or bring to bear (power, influence, or the like); put into action. [1/2 definitions]
exertion exercise of physical or mental strength, power, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
fire drill a practice exercise covering what to do in case of a fire, either in combating the fire or in escaping from it.
fitness ball a large, bouncy ball used in exercise programs or physical therapy to increase muscle control, strength, and flexibility.
flush1 a redness or glowing of the face or skin, as from emotion, exercise, or fever. [1/10 definitions]
foam frothy sweat on the skin of a horse or other animal, or frothy saliva at the mouth, esp. after vigorous exercise or as a symptom of rabies. [1/6 definitions]
free weights strength-building weights, such as barbells and dumbbells, that a person lifts directly rather than by means of an exercise machine that incorporates them.
glow the sensation or appearance of warmth and color on the body and face, as after hard work or exercise. [1/6 definitions]
gymnasium in ancient Greece, a place where young men met for physical and mental exercise. [1/3 definitions]