Definition of Overexertions

1. Noun. (plural of overexertion) ¹



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Definition of Overexertions

1. overexertion [n] - See also: overexertion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overexertions

overexcitation
overexcite
overexcited
overexcitement
overexcites
overexciting
overexercise
overexercised
overexercises
overexercising
overexert
overexert oneself
overexerted
overexerting
overexertion
overexertions (current term)
overexerts
overexpand
overexpanded
overexpanding
overexpands
overexpansion
overexpansions
overexpectation
overexplain
overexplained
overexplaining
overexplains
overexplanatory
overexplicit

Literary usage of Overexertions

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1. Paul and His Epistles by Doremus Almy Hayes (1915)
"... "neurasthenic conditions in consequence of repeated overexertions and an excessive strain upon the nerve system, combined with periodic nervous pains. ..."

2. Civil Procedure Reports: Containing Cases Under the Code of Civil Procedure by New York (State), Henry Huffman Browne, Courts, Rufus Leonard Scott, James Manford Kerr, Percival Soloman Menken (1906)
"... while in others it may be superinduced by various excesses or overexertions of the individuals afflicted. Wharton & Stilles' Med. Juris., vol. ..."

3. Handbook of Therapy by Oliver Thomas Osborne, Morris Fishbein (1920)
"Little excitements or overexertions are likely to make the heart attempt to contract more rapidly than it is able to drive the blood through the narrow ..."

4. The Association Review (1906)
"Statistics for 1904-1905 of the Swedish Schools for the Deaf; overexertions in following the German method, by G. Forchhammer. ..."

5. The Association Review (1906)
"Statistics for 1904-1905 of the Swedish Schools for the Deaf; overexertions in following the German method, by G. Forchhammer. ..."

6. Hygiene of Nerves and Mind in Health and Disease by Auguste Forel (1907)
"Proper exercise consists of regular training in which all sudden overexertions and feats of strength are avoided. We gain slowly but surely in strength and ..."

7. Neuropsychiatry and the War: A Bibliography with Abstracts by Mabel Webster Brown, Frankwood Earl Williams (1918)
"Under the former we have overexertions, privations, heat and cold, somatic diseases, traumatisms,. gas-poisoning, action of air-pressure after explosions, ..."

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