English words and Examples of Usage

use "exert" in a sentence

How, though, can Islamic preachers exert so much power over their flock?

Latinos have to exert themselves in every state they exist, Garcia said.

What’s more, mothers exert disproportionate influence on the health of their children.

The strategies below are designed to help you exert greater control over your finances.

To begin, we tried to define how exactly Google could exert leverage over our opinions.

And I hope that Scotland can again exert a beneficial influence on developments here in London.

There is no doubt that his continued focus will exert pressure on members of Congress to engage.

We should do everything we can to prevent a Grexit, but to do so, both sides must exert themselves.

Someone once joked that executive ability is a talent for deciding something quickly, and getting someone else to do it. exert

The doctor warned the patient not to exert himself too much after the operation until his strength came back.

The US Navy intended to exert its presence and control the waterways.

I do not want to exert myself in vain.

She's an excellent player, so she hardly even had to exert herself to beat me.

The widespread application of administrative guidance is considered to be a uniquely Japanese practice in which bureaucrats exert authority, without any legal backing, telling the private sector what to do and what not to do.

To change the momentum of an object in motion, we must exert some force on the object.

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