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- n. exercise bicycle
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a stationary bike for exercising.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an exercise device resembling a stationary bike
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I don't usually laugh as much as other people during a screening, but I found myself laughing out loud every five minutes during Varla Jean and the Mushroomheads at one point, I was laughing so hard I thought I might fall off my exercycle.
Acquired exercycle, which probably has lots to do with increased muscle tone (observed by spouse) but which set off my carpal tunnel symptoms.
We just went out and bought an exercycle to plant in front of the TV.
Abi, twirl those flowers, nice going. thanks for exercycle advice.
Watch as Barbra ride an exercycle in a room all by herself AND MIRRORS!
The worst part of the program is the videos you have to watch on an exercycle after each training session.
This is C.J. Sturko (ph), commander of the shuttle getting his time in on the exercycle and of course if you want to do some isometric exercises, weightlifting, what do you do in space?
He's a Marine getting his exercise in, of course, as any good Marine will do on the old space exercycle there and then finally this is Steve Swanson, well, practically jumping for joy there.
You want to watch some TV, you have to hop on your exercycle or stairclimber or whatever and generate the current yourself.
She waited for an explanation, and when none was forthcoming, she picked up her designer duffel, which probably held a designer towel and designer cosmetics, and stomped her way to an exercycle.