Examples of workout in a Sentence
The team had a good workout at practice today.
Her workout includes running on the treadmill and lifting weights.
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The wide receivers in the workout were Mario Alford, Montay Crockett, Frankie Hammond and Darreus Rogers.
In the workouts yesterday where potential buyers get a visual and virtual chance to check out the tires, the most eye-popping performance belonged to a filly named Dixie Blossom, a daughter of Dixie Union and a Lemon Drop Kid mare.
Johnson, 53, took reporter Ben Schreckinger through Ginsburg’s workout.
The chances of a consensual workout, however, appear to be nil.
Guests can enjoy the Oasis lounge or get in a workout while doing laundry at the Spin2Cycle fitness/laundry facility.
In open-gym workouts at Hill, Alikakos has been watched by coaches from American, Dartmouth, Hartford, and Maryland-Baltimore County.
The workouts and practices have been real good and the returners know what to expect.
After years of dominance, Nike is facing heavier competition from its traditional rivals, as well as nonathletic brands pushing into workout clothing.
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Definition of work out
- work out your own salvation
- —Philemon 2:12 (King James Version)
- after many years of wrangling, worked out a definite agreement
- —A. A. Butkus
- the final situation is not worked out with psychological profundity
- —Leslie Rees
- how this will actually work out I don't know
- —Milton Kotler
- works out regularly at the gym
Examples of work out in a Sentence
by putting our heads together, we were able to work out the problem
worked out a compromise between the warring factions
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Minor leaguers don’t have to report until April, but many get to Arizona to work out on their own or with teammates at the big-league club’s facility.
How’s this year’s flu vaccine in the US working out?
The Broward County State Attorney’s Office has convened with the team and with law enforcement to work out how to address the epidemic from a criminal perspective, said Ron Ishoy, the spokesman.
When reached by phone, a representative for the company said Lovett no longer worked out of the office.
About eight friends gathered, with computers and telephones, to work out the details.
But Smith eventually found the right weight-loss method that she's stuck to 'til this day: working out regularly and consuming a normal amount of calories from food that's healthy.
If this appeal doesn't work out, Blagojevich's final hope is a pardon from his former TV boss on Celebrity Apprentice.
When the Blazers closed their practice facility for remodeling in the summer, Davis took his two-a-day routine elsewhere, working out at middle school and elementary school gyms with Blazers video coordinator Jonathan Yim.
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work out Synonyms
Synonymsanswer, break, crack, dope (out), figure out, puzzle (out), resolve, riddle (out), unravel, unriddle, work, solve
Antonymsbomb, collapse, fail, flop, flunk, fold, founder, miss, strike out, wash out
Related Wordsconclude, decide, deduce, gather, infer, judge, reason; clear (up), iron out, straighten (out), unscramble, untangle, untie; assume, conjecture, divine, guess, presume, speculate; decipher, decode
Near Antonymsdemolish, destroy, dismantle, raze, tear down; ruin, undo, unmake, wreck
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