View synonyms for endeavors


[ en-dev-erz ]


  1. the plural of endeavor.

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Autonomous vehicle startup Gatik announced today that it has raised $25 million in a Series A funding round led by Wittington Ventures and Innovation Endeavors.

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But actually, contact tracing is the core principle of all public-health endeavors.

I wish my colleagues who will serve on the commission courage and strength in their endeavors.

The Kentucky bard Ed McClanahan once lived in California, where among various endeavors he played Boswell to the Grateful Dead.

After all, Sun is a private entrepreneur, and receives no direct support from the government in his business endeavors.

Criminal justice is quintessentially a local matter; policing, judging, and operating local jails are municipal endeavors.

I am speaking, of course, of the tourist who endeavors to crowd as much as he can into a comparatively short time.

His history endeavors to show that the Felibrean renaissance was not a spontaneous springing into existence.

The fruit of their joint endeavors testifies to a harmonious, conscientious, and mutually respecting partnership.

(d) What endeavors were made to save the lives of those on board, and to prevent the vessel from sinking?

The journey home was accomplished with the customary puppish endeavors to escape restraint.