Origin of endeavor
OTHER WORDS FROM endeavoren·deav·or·er; especially British, en·deav·our·er, nounpre·en·deav·or, noun
How to use endeavor in a sentence
In addition to the thunderous powers that await, there are quieter endeavors.‘Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity’: A semi-satisfying new piece of the ‘Zelda’ universe|Harold Goldberg|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
She took the time to focus on social justice causes and other charitable endeavors but also got a chance to rest and watch as a fan.To see why Tina Charles is a future Hall of Famer, just watch her work off the court|Kareem Copeland|November 4, 2020|Washington Post
Central to that endeavor is self-reliance in chips, the building blocks for innovations from artificial intelligence to fifth-generation networking and autonomous vehicles.
In the long term this moves to internet communities taking on societal endeavors.Crypto-driven marketplace Zora raises $2M to build a sustainable creator economy|Matthew Panzarino|October 16, 2020|TechCrunch
That’s a good thing because buying into the system isn’t a cheap endeavor.NordicTrack’s connected workout bike puts the focus on competing against yourself|Stan Horaczek|October 15, 2020|Popular-Science
One U.S. defense official noted the initial program at Camp 27 endeavored to train 100 Libyan special operations soldiers.Jihadists Now Control Secretive U.S. Base in Libya|Eli Lake|April 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Instead, I endeavored to strive even harder so that I would not debase his legacy.If You Grow Up Indian-American, College Graduation Isn’t Enough|Anita Raghavan|May 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That night one of them endeavored to storm the magazine, burnt and plundered the station, and marched off towards Delhi.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
Jane, with her eyes riveted upon her dying parent, endeavored to hold the light.
He subsequently endeavored, again and again, to reinstate himself in her favor, but in vain.
What we desire to learn now is, how to effect a remedy; this we have endeavored to point out.
Those who have endeavored to talk with them speak of their utterance as being inarticulate in sound.Man And His Ancestor|Charles Morris