exercise (n.)
manly sport, martial practice
2H4 IV.v.75[King Henry IV to Princes, of fathers] they have been thoughtful to invest / Their sons with arts and martial exercises
3H6 IV.vi.85[Post to Warwick, of Edward] hunting was his daily exercise
KJ IV.ii.60[Pembroke to King John, of Arthur] and deny his youth / The rich advantage of good exercise
TC IV.iv.77[Troilus to Cressida] The Grecian youths are ... flowing o'er with arts and exercise
TG I.iii.32[Panthino to Antonio, of Proteus at the emperor's court] There shall he ... be in eye of every exercise / Worthy his youth
WT IV.ii.32[Camillo to Polixenes, of Florizel] he is ... less frequent to his princely exercises than formerly he hath appeared [or: sense 1]
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