exercise, bodily

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Exercise, bodily definition

(1 Tim. 4:8). An ascetic mortification of the flesh and denial of personal gratification (comp. Col. 2:23) to which some sects of the Jews, especially the Essenes, attached importance.

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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