[ ek-ser-sahy-zer ]


  1. a person or thing that exercises.
  2. an athletic device or machine employed in exercising.
  3. a groom in a stable responsible for exercising horses.

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Other Words From

  • non·exer·ciser noun
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Word History and Origins

Origin of exerciser1

First recorded in 1545–55; exercise + -er 1
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Example Sentences

In other words, whether you’re a new exerciser or a veteran athlete, do whatever is required to get your body fitter, and the brain will follow.

Pete Magill, an author and successful masters runner, isn’t surprised that the casual exercisers of yesteryear have become the masters speedsters of today.

Peloton is best-known for its home workout bike, which is equipped with a screen so exercisers can watch live or recorded classes while working out.

Many exercisers also prefer how Fitbit’s app more clearly displays workout statistics.

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It’s just not clear how much the average exerciser really needs those extra features, especially when you consider the massive quantity of sugar that most sports drinks contain.

He could get him a pair of Indian clubs or dumb-bells or an exerciser and bring himself back to health that way.

I find that I derive considerable benefit when I am nervous from the use of a rubber exerciser.

And on the top of all were the snaky rubber cords of an exerciser and a ten-pound, horsehair-stuffed medicine-ball.

Once more Abe seized his partner's hand and shook it rhythmically up and down as though it were a patent exerciser.

Standing there, with his arms stretched out like an exerciser, he made some grimaces, whose meaning was obvious to the prisoners.





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