aquacise

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noun aqua·cise \ˈa-kwə-ˌsīz, ˈä-\
variants: less commonly

Aquacise

Definition of aquacise

plural

aquacises

also

Aquacises

  1. :  exercise performed in water and especially in a pool of shallow water Aquacise—jogging or doing exercises in the pool—provides a lot of resistance for muscles, but no wear and tear on joints … — Joanne Lannin, Portland (Maine) Press Herald, 1 Jan. 1996

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Origin and Etymology of aquacise

aqua- + (1exer)cise


First Known Use: 1970


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