Definition of Exertive

1. a. Having power or a tendency to exert; using exertion.



Definition of Exertive

1. Adjective. Having power or a tendency to exert; using exertion. ¹

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Definition of Exertive

1. tending to exert [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Exertive

exergonic
exergonicity
exergual
exergue
exergues
exergy
exert
exertainment
exerted
exerting
exertion
exertional
exertional dyspnea
exertional hypoglycaemia
exertions
exertive
exertment
exertments
exerts
exes
exesion
exesions
exessive
exessive case
exestuate
exestuation
exetainer
exetainers
exetera
exeunt

Literary usage of Exertive

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Report Upon the Development of Public Grounds for Greater Baltimore by Olmsted Brothers, Municipal Art Society of Baltimore (1904)
"Other forms of exertive recreation could easily be named, such as swimming ... It would seem as if Exertive those who own fast horses could generally afford ..."

2. Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic by William Hamilton, Henry Longueville Mansel, John Veitch (1861)
"Perhaps the phrase phse- nomena of exertion is, upon the whole, the best expression to denote the manifestations,—and exertive. faculties, ..."

3. The Self-revelation of God by Samuel Harris (1886)
"... self-exertive. Freedom in its essence is exemption from conditions and limitations. In his rational free will man is above nature, a supernatural being; ..."

4. The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton by William Hamilton (1872)
"... the best expression to denote the manifestations, and exertive faculties, the best expression to denote the faculties, of will and desire. ..."

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