Reverse Dictionary: EXCLAM – EXG


EXCLAMATION MARK – nouns  (also see PUNCTUATION)
– NOTE OF ADMIRATION an exclamation point (!) …1611
– WOW an exclamation mark (!) …1983 US sl.
 
EXCLUDE – verbs
– ABJECTATE  to cast off, to throw off or away, to cast out, to exclude, to reject …c1475
– ACE OUT to exclude someone …1964 US sl.
– BACK-DOOR to bypass something; to exclude something …1993 Can. sl.
– BESHUT † to shut out, to exclude …c1330
– DEAL SOMEONE OUT to exclude in an undertaking, often a criminal one, to not give someone a share …1940s sl., orig. US
– IMMURE † to shut off, to exclude, to seclude from …1616
– SACK to ostracize; to exclude from a group …1980s Aust. prison sl.
 
EXCLUDED – adjectives
– CUT-OFF shut out, excluded, remote …1894
excluded – nouns
– NON SPEAKS a state of having been excluded from society …1977 UK sl.
 
EXCLUSIVE – nouns
– EXCLUSIVITY something exclusive …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
exclusive – person 
– WHITE BRAHMINS ‘excessively exclusive persons’ …c1880 among Europeans in India
 
EXCREMENT – adjectives
– BEDIRTIN soiled with excrement …Bk1911 Sc.
– BEDRITTEN soiled with excrement …Bk1911 Sc.
– CACKY covered with excrement; hence, dirty, filthy, malodorous …19C sl.
– CLAGGY unpleasantly bedaubed with excreta …2003 UK sl.
– FAECICAL † faecal …1594
– FECULENT of the nature of faeces or dregs; abounding with sediment or impurities; laden or polluted with filth; foul, fetid …1471
– ORDURED † defiled with ordure, polluted …c1595
– SCARNY dungy …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SHITTY covered with excrement; generally filthy …1768 sl.
excrement – nouns
– ADMIRAL BROWNING human excrement …20C sl., orig. nautical
– ALI OOP excrement …1990s Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘poop’
– ALLEZ OOP poop, excrement …Brit. rhyming sl.
– BAKKIE human excrement …1982 Amer. dial.
– BARKER’S EGG dog excrement, esp. when very old …1980s sl., orig. Aust.
– BARKER’S NEST a pile of dog excrement …1980s sl., orig. Aust.
– BONDI CIGAR in Sydney: a piece of excrement floating in the surf …1996 Aust. sl.
– BOWELS faeces …1929 Amer. dial.
– BULL-PUCKY bull dung …Bk1990 Amer. sl.
– BUM CRUMB a small lump of excrement that clings to the anal hair …2003 UK sl.
– CACA excrement; faeces, dung…L19 sl.
– CACATION excretion
– CACK excrement; faeces, dung …E15 sl.
– CACKEY, CACKIE, CACKY human excrement …1899 sl.
– CAG-MIRE human dung …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– CAK excrement …1972 Aust. sl.
– CAKKA-MANAH human dung …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– CALLING CARD excrement …1980s Irish euphemism
– CAPOOP dung …20C Amer. dial.
– CHUFF-NUTS fecal matter clinging to anal or pubic hairs …20C Royal Navy sl.
– CLAG excreta, faeces; rubbish …2003 UK sl.
– CLAG NUT a small lump of excreta or toilet paper that clings to the anal hair …2003 UK sl.
– CLART faeces …20C Amer. dial.
– CLINKER fecal or seminal matter adhering to the anal or pubic hairs …19C Brit. sl.
– CLINKERBALLS balls of dried dung in sheep’s wool …19C Eng. dial.
– COCKEY human excrement …1916 Amer. dial.
– CODE BROWN a faecal accident …Bk2006 US sl.
– CRAP excrement …1889 sl.
– CRUD a substance considered unpleasant or disgusting, esp. because of its dirtiness; dirty, muck, or excrement …1943
– CUCK excrement …E15
– DACHSHUND a large piece of excrement …20C Brit. sl.
– DAFF excrement …1961 Irish sl.
– DAFFY excrement …1950s Irish sl.
– DAGS pieces of excrement adhering to the anus …L19 Aust. sl.
– DANGLEBERRIES pieces of dried faecal matter clinging to the hairs surrounding the anus …1984 sl.
– DANNA human or other excrement …L18 sl.
– DARKEY excrement; a stool; a turd …20C Aust. sl.
– DARKIE a piece of excrement …1972 Aust. sl.
– DARKY excrement; a stool; a turd …20C Aust. sl.
– DARN excrement …1866 Sc.
– DEAD SOLDIER a formed lump of excrement …20C sl.
– DEPOSIT an act of defecation; dung; faeces …20C US sl.
– DILBERRIES excreta that cling to anal or pubic hair …1811 UK sl.
– DILLBERRIES excreta that cling to anal or pubic hair …1811 UK sl.
– DINGBAT the small lumps of excrement clinging to wool on the hindquarters of sheep …1895 Amer. dial.
– DINGLEBERRIES excrement on cattle and sheep …c1960 Amer. dial.
– DINGLEBERRY a glob of dried faeces accumulated on anal hairs …1938 sl., orig. US
– DIRT excrement; no applied mainly to animal excrement …a1300 euphemism, orig. a standard term
– DO excrement …1972 chiefly a children’s word or euphemism
– DO-DO feces …19C Brit. & US juvenile sl.
– DOG DO dog faeces …1979 US sl.
– DOG DOODY dog excrement …2001 US euphemism
– DOINGS excrement …1967 Brit. euphemism
– DOO excrement …1972 chiefly a children’s word or euphemism
– DOODLE faeces, esp. a baby’s faeces …Bk2006 US sl.
– DOO-DOO faeces …19C Brit. & US juvenile sl.
– DOOKIE, DOOKY, DUKEY, DUKY excrement; faeces …1965 US sl.
– DRECK dirt; garbage; faeces …Bk2006 US sl.
– EARTHA excrement …1950s rhyming sl. for ‘shit’ (Eartha Kitt)
– EARTHA KITT excrement …1950s rhyming sl. for ‘shit’
– EASINGS the dropped dung of animals on the pasture …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– EGESTION excrement …1607
– FAECALITY † faecal matter …1653
– FARTLEBERRIES excrement hanging about the anus …1785 sl.
– FART-O-BERRIES small pieces of faeces clinging to anal hairs …1785 UK sl.
– FECALITY † faecal matter …1653
– FECULENCE faeces …1733
– FLYING PASTY human dung wrapped in paper and thrown about as an act of vandalism …E19 Brit. sl.
– FRESH dung, recently excreted dung, esp. cattle or dog dung …20C US euphemism
– GAME OF NAP an act of defecation; excrement …1992 UK rhyming sl. for ‘crap’
– GINGER MARKS excrement stains on underpants and knickers …Brit. sl.
– GIPSY’S GINGER a pile of human excrement found out of doors …20C sl.
– GRUNT excrement …1947 US sl.
– GYPSY’S GINGER a pile of human excrement found out of doors …20C sl.
– HINDER-FALLINGS † excrements …1530
– HOCKEY, HOCKIE, HOCKY excrement, both human and animal …19C sl.
– HOOEY excrement …1980s US sl.
– HORSE APPLE a ball of horse dung …1929-31 US sl.
– IT-SHAY dung …20C US Pig Latin for ‘shit’
– JAKES human excrement; filth …1847 Eng. dial.
– JANK excrement; human excrement …19C Brit. sl.
– KACK excrement …1972 Aust. sl.
– KACKY human excrement …1930 Amer. dial.
– KADES sheep dung ….Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– KAKA excrement …1952 US sl.
– KAKKER-BOOSAH prematurely voided excrement …19C sl.
– KEECH excrement …1970s sl.
– KEEK excrement …1970s sl.
– LEMON a piece of excrement …1960s rhyming sl. for ‘turd’ (Lemon Curd)
– LEMON CURD a piece of excrement …1960s rhyming sl. for ‘turd’
– LESSES † the dung of a ‘ravenous’ animal, as a wild boar, wolf, or bear …a1400 hunting usage
– LOG a turd …1973 US sl.
– MACA excrement …1974 UK sl. rhyming sl. (reduced form of ‘macaroni’)
– MACARONI excrement …1974 UK sl. rhyming sl. for ‘pony’ (reduced form of ‘pony and trap’ for crap, excrement)
– MAN-TRAP a piece of excrement …L19 rhyming sl. for ‘crap’
– MARDO dung, manure …1891 Eng. dial.
– MEADOW MUFFIN a lump of manure; a cow pie …1976 Amer. dial.
– MESS excrement; chiefly applied to animal excrement …1903 euphemism
– MOCKINGBIRD a piece of excrement …1980s Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘turd’
– MUCK anything nasty, as dirt, mud, sweat, feces, etc. …13C
– MUD excrement …1993 Aust. sl.
– MUD BABY faeces …2003 US sl.
– MUFFIN-BAKER excrement long retained …1859 Cockney rhyming sl. for ‘quaker’
– MUFFIN-PUNCHER excrement long retained …1909 Cockney sl.
– MY WORD dung …20C Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘turd’
– NEST a mass of dung …L17 Brit. sl.
– NUGGET a hard knob of faeces …Aust. sl.
– ODD-COME-SHORT-LUMS the dry droppings of animals …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– ODD-COME-SHORTS the dry droppings of animals …1873 Eng. dial.
– OFFICE † the function or action of discharging excrement, etc.; excretion …c1386
– OILY SOIL human excrement …2000s sl.
– OLD GOLD human excrement …L18 sl.
– OWL SHIT excrement …1862 Amer. sl.
– PARTLES the globular droppings of sheep …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– PASTY a cow-pie; a dropping of cow dung …1972 Amer. dial.
– PILGRIM’S SALVE human excrement …17C Brit. sl.
– PILL a pellet of animal dung …1938 Amer. dial.
– POO excrement …1960 sl., chiefly a children’s word
– POOH excrement …1960 sl., chiefly a children’s word
– POOH-POOH excrement …1960 sl., chiefly a children’s word
– POOP excrement …1948 sl.
– POOPIE excrement …1955 sl., chiefly a children’s word
– POO-POO excrement …1960 sl., chiefly a children’s word
– POOPY excrement …1955 sl., chiefly a children’s word
– QUAKER a hard, and possibly lengthy, piece of excrement …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– QUIRD a lump of excrement …1866 Sc.
– QURD a lump of excrement …1866 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RICHARD a piece of excrement; thus, an unpleasant person …L19 rhyming sl. for ‘turd’ (Richard the Third)
– RICHARD THE THIRD a piece of excrement; thus, an unpleasant person …L19 rhyming sl. for ‘turd’
– ROAD APPLES horse droppings …1942 N. Amer. euphemism
– SCARN dung, esp. cow dung …1781 Eng. dial.
– SCHARN excrement …1910s sl.
– SCHISM a frivolous excuse; roundabout reasoning; a nice distinction; an  unnecessary apology; a foolish fancy …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SCOOTER TRACKS faecal stains in underwear …1989 US sl.
– SCUMBER † the dung of a dog or fox; hence, filth, dirt …1647 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– SCUMMER excrement …17C
– SHEEP-DUMPLING a pellet of sheep dung …1953 Amer. dial.
– SHEEP MARBLES sheep manure …1983 Amer. dial.
– SHIT excrement …a1585 sl.
– SHITE excrement …a1585 sl.
– SIEGE † excrement, ordure …1515
– SIR-REVERENCE † human excrement; a piece or lump of this …1592 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– SKAT a formed mass of faeces …20C US
– SKIDDIES faecal marks in underwear …1999 UK sl.
– SKID MARK a faecal stain on a toilet bowl or underwear …1971 Aust. sl.
– TAGNUTS small pieces of excrement adhering to the anal hairs …1990s sl.
– TANTADLIN † a lump of excrement; a turd …1654
– TANTADLIN TART † a lump of excrement; a turd …1785
– TANTOBLIN † a lump of excrement; a turd …1654
– TANTOBLIN TART a piece of excrement …M17
– TATA † excrement; filth …1777 Eng. dial.
– TAUNTY human excrement …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– TEEDEE a lump of excrement …B1900 Eng. dial.
– THOST † dung …1777 Eng. dial.
– TIRLINGS the excrement of sheep or rabbits …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– TOLEY, TOLY a piece of excrement …1960s sl.
– TOM-TIT dung …19C Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘shit’
– TROTTLE † a small round pellet of sheep’s or goat’s dung; generally used in the plural …1547 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– TURD a piece of excrement …c1000 sl.
– UCK-SHE-BAH human excrement …B1900 Eng. dial.
excrement – person
– BROWN LOVER a person with a fetishistic love of excrement …1996 US sl.
– SANNO, SANO someone who collects excrement from unsewered areas …1959 Aust. sl.
– SANNO MAN, SANO MAN someone who collects excrement from unsewered areas …1959 Aust. sl.
– SHIT-SHARK a night-soil collector …M19 sl.
– SHIT-SHOD one who has trodden in excrement …L19 sl.
– SHIT-SHOE one who has trodden in excrement …L19 sl.
– TOM TURDMAN the man who hauls away excrement; a cleaner of privies …L18 Brit. sl.
– TURDMAN the man who hauls away excrement; a cleaner of privies …L18 Brit. sl.
excrement – verbs  (also see DEFECATE)
– BECACK † to deposit ordure on …1598
– BEDO † to befoul, to defile with ordure …c1230
– BEDRITE to befoul or soil with ordure; to make dirty …1721 Sc.
– BERAY to defile with ordure, to dirty …1678 Eng. dial.
– BESHIT to deposit ordure on …a1000
– BEWRAY to defile with ordure, to dirty …1678 Eng. dial.
– BOG to exonerate the bowels; also, to defile with excrement …colloq.
– CACK † to void excrement; to defecate…1436 obs. or Eng. dial.
– CACKEY to void excrement …1916 Amer. dial.
– CACKIE to void excrement …L19 sl.
– CACKY to void excrement …1886 Amer. sl.
– COCKEY to void excrement …1916 Amer. dial.
– DIRT to soil, to dirty; also, to befoul with excrement …c1860 Eng. dial.
– DRITE † to void or drop excrement …a1000 obs. exc. Sc.
– EXCREMENTIZE †* to ease oneself, to void excrement …c1670
– HOCKEY to excrete …19C sl.
– HOCKIE to excrete …19C sl.
– HOCKY to excrete …19C sl.
– KACKY to void excrement …1930 Amer. dial.
– RAY to defile, to soil; to pollute with dung …1828 Eng. dial.
– SCOOT to void thin excrement; to suffer from diarrhoea …1825 Sc. DSL online
– SCUMBER † to void ordure; also, to produce something foul; to foul with dirty liquid; to daub with soft dirt …1596 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 
EXCRETE – verbs
– VENT † of persons, animals, or their organs: to cast out, expel, or discharge, esp. by natural evacuation; to evacuate urine, etc.; to excrete …1607
 
EXCRETION – nouns
– SINK(S) OF THE BODY, THE † the organs of digestion and excretion …1607
 
EXCURSION – nouns
– CAMPAIGN an expedition or excursion into the country; a summer’s trip or sojourn …1748
– JAUNT an excursion, trip, or journey, esp. one taken for pleasure …1678
– JUNKETING the act of going on an excursion or pleasure trip …1913
– OFF an outing, an excursion, a day off …1892 Eng. dial.
– OFF-GATE an excursion from home …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– PASEAR a walk or stroll; often used figuratively to describe something more substantial, as a trek across mountains; an excursion, a trip …M19 US sl.
– RAID an outing, a jaunt, an excursion, esp. one about which a fuss has been made …1823 Sc.
– RAKE a journey, excursion, esp. a journey to and fro to fetch anything …Bk1905 Sc.
– RUNAROUND a short trip, an excursion …1950s orig. US
– SASHAY a walk; an excursion …1900 Amer. dial.
– VAGARY † a wandering or devious journey or tour; a roaming about or abroad; an excursion, ramble, stroll …1577
excursion – person
– JUNKETER a person who goes on an outing or pleasure trip; an excursionist …1868
excursion – verbs
– JAUNT to make a short journey, trip, or excursion; to take a jaunt for pleasure …1647
– JUNKET to go on an excursion or pleasure trip, esp. one in which eating and drinking are prominent; to travel about or around …1821
 
EXCUSABLE – adjectives
– VENIABLE †* venial, excusable, pardonable …1646
– VENIAL of an error or fault: that may be excused or overlooked; of a light, unimportant, or trivial nature; excusable …1581
excusable – nouns 
– VENIALITY † the quality of being excusable …1628
 
EXCUSABLY – adverbs
– VENIABLY † excusably …1646
– VENIALLY pardonably, excusably …a1340
 
EXCUSE – adjectives
– ATWIXT AND ATWEEN shuffling, full of excuses …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– DOWF † of an excuse: unconvincing, feeble …L18
excuse – nouns 
– ALIBI an excuse, pretext, or justification …1857 colloq.
– AUNTER a pretense, needless scruple, excuse, hesitation …1703 Eng. dial.
– BACKSET an excuse, a colourable pretext …1862 Eng. dial.
– BLUFF an excuse, a pretense; talk intended to mystify or deceive …M19
– CAKEY BAR an excuse; a ‘tale’ …sl.
– COP-OUT a poor excuse to get out of something …Bk2006 US sl.
– ESSOIN an excuse or exemption
– FAIRY STORY a ‘hard luck’ tale; any unlikely tale; a downright lie or excuse …20C colloq.
– FAIRY TALE a ‘hard luck’ tale; any unlikely tale; an unbelievable lie or excuse …20C colloq.
– FALDERAL an idle fancy; conceit, nonsense; a trifling excuse; a falsehood …1865 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– FALDERUMDAL an idle fancy, a vagary; a fuss about trifles; a trifling excuse …1866 Sc.
– FIMBLE-FAMBLE a poor excuse or an unsatisfactory answer …19C sl.
– HAIR TO MAKE A TETHER OF, A a slight pretext of which to make a great deal; a fuss about nothing, a trifle used as an excuse …1727
– IFING-AND-BUTTINGS invalid excuses; hesitation combined with unwillingness …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– LAME TALE an excuse; a false story; a misrepresentation …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– MAKE-SHIFT an excuse …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MIDGE-GO-MORRAH hesitation, doubt, excuse …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MONDAY MORNING HEADACHE an imaginary illness used as an excuse to avoid work or school …1967 Amer. dial.
– MONDAY MORNING SICKNESS an imaginary illness used as an excuse to avoid work or school …1967 Amer. dial.
– MONDAY SICKNESS an imaginary illness used as an excuse to avoid work or school …1967 Amer. dial.
– OFFCOME a way of ‘getting off’; an excuse …a1700 Sc.
– OFF-PUT an excuse, an evasion, a pretext, a reason for delay …1730 Sc.
– OFF-SET an excuse, pretense …1768 Sc.
– OFF-TIME JIVE a weak excuse …1930s US Black sl.
– ONE an excuse …1950s sl.  
– SABBATH DAY’S JOURNEY a short walk; also, ironically, an excuse for not stirring …B1900
– SALVE † a solution of a difficulty; also, a sophistical excuse or evasion …a1628
– SALVO † a solution, explanation of a difficulty; an answer to an objection; an excuse or evasion …1659
– SAUNTER a foolish scruple, an excuse, a shilly-shally …1837 Sc.
– SCONCE a pretext; an apology, an excuse; a trick; deception …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SNOW JOB an act of deception; a lie; an excuse; strong and persistent persuasion, esp. in a dubious cause …1940s US sl.
– WHIPPER-TOOTIES silly scruples about doing anything; groundless excuses for not trying to do something; frivolous difficulties …1808 Sc.
excuse – person
– CAFFLER a shuffler, an excuse maker …1892 Eng. dial.
– PALLIATOR a person who palliates or offers an excuse; an extenuator; an apologist …1792
excuse – verbs 
– ALIBI to excuse oneself speciously; usually with ‘out’ or ‘away’ …1917 Amer. dial.
– COVER ONESELF WITH A WET SACK † to make vain excuses …a1651
– FAIK to excuse, to let go with impunity …1789 Sc.
– FALDERAL to make trifling excuses; to behave in a giddy, pedantic manner …1866 Sc.
– FIND FISH ON ONE’S FINGERS to find and/or allege an excuse …L16 colloq.
– LET SOMEONE OFF THE HOOK to excuse someone from punishment …1960s sl.
– PLEAD THE BABY ACT to attempt to excuse excessive or feigned ignorance or stupidity on the ground of inexperience; to enter a plea that one is not legally responsible by reason of youth or inexperience …1868 Amer.
excuse – phrases
– BLONDE BOUND held up by a woman; an excuse for being late on the job …1958 Amer. logging usage
– EXCUSES ARE LIKE ASSHOLES, EVERYONE HAS ONE AND THEY ALL STINK said of a poor excuse …1985 Amer. sl.
– PARDON MY FRENCH a phrase signifying ‘please excuse my use of swear words or taboo words’ …20C Brit. & US colloq.
 
EXCUSED – adjectives
– VENIAL easily excused or forgiven …13C 
 
EXCUSING – adjectives
– CAFFLING prevaricating, excusing …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
 
EXECRABLE – adjectives
– ATROCIOUS very bad, shocking, execrable …1885 colloq.
– EXECRABLE deserving to be execrated or cursed; abominable, detestable …1490
– HUTIT † execrable, abominable …c1500 Sc.
 
EXECUTE – verbs
– BAKE to execute in the electric chair …1950s US prison sl.
– BURN 1. to die by electrocution in the electric chair …Bk1990 Amer. criminal sl.
2. to execute someone in the electric chair …Bk1990 Amer. criminal sl.
– CLIP to murder, to execute …US sl.
– GAROTTE to execute by means of the garrotte (the apparatus for inflicting Spanish method of capital punishment by strangulation) …1851
– GARROTTE to execute by means of the garrotte …1851
– GAUNCH † to impale a person upon sharp hooks or stakes as a mode of execution …1615
– TAKE OFF to execute …M19 US Black & criminals’ sl.
– WHACK (OUT) to murder, esp. to execute; chiefly used among members of the criminal underworld, esp. the Mafia …1973 US sl.
 
EXECUTED – verbs
– TAKE THE ELECTRIC CURE to be executed in the electric chair …1920s US prison & criminals’ sl.
 
EXECUTION – nouns
– BEHEADAL beheading, execution by decapitation …1859
– CARNIFICINE †* the place of execution, the office of hangman …1656
– FUSILLADE a simultaneous discharge of firearms; a wholesale execution by this means …1801
– GANCH † the apparatus employed in the execution of criminals by ganching (impaling); the punishment itself …1625-6
– GAROTTING execution by means of the Spanish garrotte …1890
– GARROTTING execution by means of the Spanish garrotte …1890
– GAUNCH † the apparatus employed in the execution of criminals by ganching (impaling); the punishment itself …1625-6
– GREEN DOOR the door leading to an execution chamber …1976 US sl.
– HEAD-HILL † the hill of execution, the spot where criminals were beheaded …1685 Sc.
– NEEDLE a lethal injection, as used in legal executions …1990s US prison sl.
– SALT CREEK execution in the electric chair …1910s US criminals’ sl.
– SUFFERING † the act of suffering death; execution, martyrdom …1651
– TOILET preparation for execution …1885
– WALM † killing, execution …c1205
execution – verbs
– GANCH † to impale a person upon sharp hooks or stakes as a mode of execution …1615
 
EXECUTIONER – adjectives
– CARNIFICIAL belonging to an executioner, or to a butchery; butcherly …1632
– CARNIFICINE †* of the executioner; butcherly …1681
executioner – nouns 
– VERDUGOSHIP † the personality of an executioner …1610
executioner – person 
– BASARE † an executioner …c1375
– BASER † an executioner …c1375
– BOURRIAU an executioner …Bk1911 Sc.
– BOURRIER n. an executioner …Bk1911 Sc.
– CARNIFEX † an executioner …1561
– DEATHSMAN a man who puts another to death; an executioner …1589 arch.
– HALSEMAN  an executioner …a1658
– HALS-MAN † an executioner; a headsman …a1659
– HANGMAN a man whose office it is to hang condemned persons; also more generally, an executioner, a torturer, racker …1393
– HEADER † one who beheads; a headsman, an executioner …1440
– HEADING-MAN an executioner; a headsman …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– HEADMAN †* a headsman, an executioner …1631
– HEADSMAN one who beheads; an executioner …1562
– JACK KETCH the common executioner or hangman …1705
– JACK KITCH a hangman or executioner …1676 sl.
– MANQUELLER † an executioner …c1300 obs. exc. arch.
– MANSLAYER †* an executioner …c1380
– MAN’S QUELLER † an executioner …c1450
– NECK-CUTTER a headsman, an executioner …a1779 Sc. 
– OFFICER † a jailer; an executioner …a1600
– SCOURGING-HYRE † an executioner …1861 Sc.
– VERDUGO †* a hangman or executioner; also, a term of abuse …a1616
 
EXECUTIVE – person
– TOPSIDER a top-ranking executive …1960s US sl.
 
EXEMPLAR – nouns
– PARADIGM a pattern, exemplar, example …1483
 
EXEMPLARY – adjectives
– PARADIGMATIC serving as a pattern; exemplary …1793
– PARADIGMATICAL † serving as a pattern; exemplary …1577
exemplary – person 
– MAN, THE an exemplary person …1990s sl.
 
EXEMPLIFY – verbs
– PARAGON † to serve as a paragon or model of; to typify, to exemplify …1617
– PARAGONIZE † to serve as a model of; to typify, to exemplify …1586
 
EXEMPT – adjectives
– IMMUNE † free from liability; exempt …c1420
 
EXERCISE – adjectives
– GYMNASTIC pert. to athletic exercises of the body; concerned with gymnastics …1574
– GYMNASTICAL pert. to athletic exercises of the body; concerned with gymnastics …1581
– GYMNIC * pert. to athletic exercises of the body …1601
– GYMNICAL † pert. to athletic exercises of the body …1576
– HANAHANA heated, as with exercise …1967 Hawaii
exercise – nouns 
– ACTIVITY † physical exercise, gymnastics, athletics …1552
– DAILY DOZEN a set of calisthenic exercises done daily; also, set of routine or duties or tasks …1919 sl.
– DEAD MAN’S PULL-UPS an exercise in which a person hangs with their arms extended from a bar, lifts their chin over the bar, and then lowers themself to the full arm-extended position …1996 sl.
– DEAMBULATORY a place to walk in for exercise; esp. a covered walk or cloister …1430
– DEAMBULATOUR † a place to walk in for exercise; esp. a covered walk or cloister …1513 Sc.
– ECCER physical exercise …L19 sl.
– ECCKER physical exercise …L19 sl.
– ECKER physical exercise …L19 sl.
– EKKER physical exercise …L19 sl.
– MONKEY MOTIONS physical exercises …Amer. World War I sl.
– WORKOUT a session of strenuous physical exercises, practice of athletic efforts, etc. …1909 Amer. sl.
exercise – person
– GYM BUNNY a person who spends a lot of time exercising at a gym, esp. to improve his or her appearance rather than for reasons of health or fitness …1986 colloq.
– GYMNASTICER † one who trains others in gymnastic exercises …1574
– GYM RAT an athlete; a sports enthusiast; a person who frequents gymnasiums; an exercise fanatic; anyone fanatically pursuing a course of activity, a career, etc.  …1978 Amer. sl.
exercise – verbs 
– BUFF UP to engage in serious exercise with a goal of body conditioning …2000 US sl.
– CLEAN OUT THE RUST to exercise …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– GYMNASTICISE to practise gymnastic exercises …1828
– KICK THE FROST OUT to exercise; to limber up …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– PREP to exercise …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– SHARPEN UP to exercise …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– STRETCH THE LEGS to exercise by walking …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– TAKE A STRETCH to exercise; usually to exercise a horse …L19 Aust. sl.
– TAKE THE DOGS FOR A WALK to exercise by walking …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– WAAS to run, to hurry; to exercise oneself vigorously …c1912 sl.
– WASS to run, to hurry; to exercise oneself vigorously …c1912 sl.
– WHIP INTO TRIM to exercise …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– WORK OUT to do strenuous exercises; to have a hard session of physical conditioning …1909 Amer. sl.
 
EXERT – person
– BEGGAR FOR PUNISHMENT a person who continuously exerts himself to his limits …Bk1988 Aust. sl.
exert – verbs
– ABRAID † to exert oneself …1530
– AFFORCE † to exert one’s self, endeavour, attempt …c1300
– BAISSLE to rush about in a busied or hurried manner; to busy or exert oneself …1923 Sc.
– BELABOUR † to labour at, to work at; to exert one’s strength or ability upon …1604
– BESTIR ONE’S STUMPS † to move one’s limbs actively, to exert oneself …1549
– BREAK ONE’S ASS to exert oneself to the limit of endurance; to toil, to labour, to strive furiously …1941 Amer. sl.
– BREAK ONE’S BALLS to exert oneself to the limit of endurance; to work or try one’s hardest …1966 US sl.
– BUST A GUSSET to exert great effort …1968 Amer. dial.
– BUST A GUT to exert oneself; to make a great effort …1912 colloq.
– BUST ONE’S ASS to exert oneself to the limit of endurance; to toil, to labour, to strive furiously …1941 Amer. sl.
– BUST ONE’S BALLS to exert oneself to the limit of endurance; to work or try one’s hardest …1944 US sl.
– BYSWENKE † to work hard; to exert oneself, to labour …a1400
– CRACK ONE’S BUTT to strain oneself; to exert oneself to the limit …1938 Amer. sl.
– DO ONE’S ENDEAVOR BEST to exert oneself to the utmost …1908 Amer. dial.
– DO ONE’S ENDEAVORS to exert oneself to the utmost …1841 Amer. dial.
– EYEBALL † to work extremely hard, esp. at a gruelling manual task; to exert oneself to the fullest extent …1848 Aust. colloq.
– GET ONE’S EARS BACK to exert oneself to the limit …1891 Amer. sl.
– GREASE to exert or overtax oneself …1930 Amer. dial.
– HANDLE to hurry, to exert oneself …B1900 N. Ireland
– HEAVE TO to hurry, to exert oneself energetically, to start working very hard …1967 Amer. dial.
– LAKE † to exert oneself, to move quickly, to leap, to spring; hence, to fight …a1000
– LAY IN to exert oneself, to work hard …1929 Amer. dial.
– LAY ONE’S EARS BACK to exert oneself to the limit …1883 Amer. sl.
– NAIT †* to exert oneself …a1400-50
– PUMP to exert yourself in a labour …1992 US sl.
– PUT THE LICKS IN to exert oneself …Bk1905 Amer. dial.
– RUPTURE A GUT to exert oneself; to make a great effort …1970 colloq.
– SCRATCH GRAVEL to hurry; to work hard; to exert oneself …1834 Amer. dial.
– TILL † to strive, to exert oneself, to labour, to work …c897
– TIMMER UP to set about anything with energy, esp. any work requiring continued exertion …1812 Sc.
– WAKE † to be active, alert, stirring, vigilant; also, to be diligent, to exert oneself to do something …1352
– WORK ONE’S EYEBALLS OUT to work extremely hard, esp. at a gruelling manual task; to exert oneself to the fullest extent …1835 Aust. colloq.
 
EXERTION – nouns
– FAUCHT a fight, a struggle, trouble, exertion …1721 Sc.
– FAUGHT  a fight, a struggle, trouble, exertion …1721 Sc.
– HEAVE AND SHOVE † great exertion or effort …1600
– HUSTLE effort, exertion, desire …1898 US sl.
– NORWEGIAN STEAM brute physical exertion …1944 US sl.
– SARKFUL OF SORE BONES, A the effect of fatigue or severe bodily  exertion; a severe beating …1815 Sc.
– TANT † the utmost exertion or effort …c1920 Sc.
– TIFTER a struggle, hard endeavour; anything requiring muscular exertion or effort …1899 Eng. dial.
exertion – verbs 
– BROOFLE to be in a great hurry; to be overheated by exertion …19C Sc.
– QUICKEN to stimulate; to urge to greater speed or exertion …Bk1905 Eng. dial.