The Correct spelling is: exercise
Common misspellings of the word exercise are:
How do you spell exercise?. It is not excercise or even exersize for that matter!
- An act of employing or putting into play; use: the free exercise of intellect; the exercise of an option.
- The discharge of a duty, function, or office.
- Activity that requires physical or mental exertion, especially when performed to develop or maintain fitness: took an hour of vigorous daily exercise at a gym.
- A task, problem, or other effort performed to develop or maintain fitness or increase skill: a piano exercise; a memory exercise.
- An activity having a specified aspect: an undertaking that was an exercise in futility.
- exercises A program that includes speeches, presentations, and other ceremonial activities performed before an audience: graduation exercises.
v., -cised, -cisÂ·ing, -cisÂ·es. v.tr.
- To put into play or operation; employ: Proceed, but exercise caution.
- To bring to bear; exert: â€œThe desire to be re-elected exercises a strong brake on independent courageâ€ (John F. Kennedy).
- To subject to practice or exertion in order to train, strengthen, or develop: exercise the back muscles; exercise the memory.
- To put through exercises: exercise a platoon. See synonyms at practice.
- To carry out the functions of: exercise the role of disciplinarian.
- To execute the terms of (a stock option, for example).
- To absorb the attentions of, especially by worry or anxiety.
- To stir to anger or alarm; upset: an injustice that exercised the whole community.
To take exercise.
[Middle English, from Old French exercice, from Latin exercitium, from exercitus, past participle of exercÄ“re, to exercise : ex-, ex- + arcÄ“re, to restrain.]exercisable ex'erÂ·cis'aÂ·ble adj.