Endeavor - definition, transcription

Amer.  |enˈdevər|
Brit.  |enˈdevə|

noun

- a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness) (syn: endeavour, enterprise)
- earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something(syn: attempt, effort, endeavour, try)

verb

- attempt by employing effort(syn: endeavour, strive)

Examples

The school endeavors to teach students to be good citizens.

They endeavored to create a government that truly serves its people.

His endeavors have gone unrewarded.

She is involved in several artistic endeavors.

Technology is the fastest-changing area of human endeavor.

He endeavoured to remain calm.

wished him luck in his endeavor

we endeavor to make our customers happy

A fascinating field of endeavor

...the British monarch continues to confer knighthood on those who are outstanding in their fields of endeavor...

Sgt. Pepper was our grandest endeavor.

I shall endeavor to recede, in imagination, a century from the present time.

We always endeavor to please our customers.

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