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Exercise vs Exorcise

Exercise vs Exorcise. His religion allowed him to exercise his right to exorcise his evil spirits. Exercise your right for flawless writing with ErrNET!

Exercise as a noun is activity requiring physical effort, carried out especially to sustain or improve health and fitness; the use or application of a faculty, right, or process.
Exercise as a verb is to use or apply (a faculty, right, or process); to engage in physical activity to sustain or improve health and fitness; take exercise.

Exorcise is to seek to expel (an evil spirit) by adjuration, religious or solemn ceremonies.

Because of their similar spellings and pronunciations, exercise and exorcise are often misused in English writing. Exorcise the demons from your writing with ErrNET proofreading technology!

Exercise sentence examples:

The home exercise equipment market is a multibillion dollar industry.

Everyone should exercise their right to vote in their respective countries.

Regular exercise has numerous health benefits, such as weight reduction, cardiovascular improvements, increase in energy, reduction in blood pressure, and improvements in the overall management of stress, anxiety and depression.

Many US citizens exercise their given right to bear arms.

Although difficult, you should try to push yourself to do at least a little exercise every day.

Exorcise sentence examples:

Many troubled individuals use religion to exorcise themselves from sin.

The Catholic Church still has special priests that can exorcise a demon if the need arises.

Before she could move on with her life, she was convinced that she first needed to exorcise her demons.

Even if I wanted to exorcise my demons, I would have no idea who to call.

The priest agreed to exorcise her sins but only if she made a significant contribution to the church.

Certain fortune tellers are now trained to exorcise your demons, for a hefty fee of course.



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