Synonym: attempt, effort, labor, strive, struggle, try. Antonym: neglect. Similar words: endeavour, move heaven and earth, favor, savor, flavor, favored, favorite, favorable. Meaning: [ɪn'devə] n. 1. a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness) 2. earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something. v. attempt by employing effort.
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1. The world can be changed by man's endeavor, and that this endeavor can lead to something new and better .No man can sever the bonds that unite him to his society simply by averting his eyes . He must ever be receptive and sensitive to the new ; and have sufficient courage and skill to novel facts and to deal with them .
2. Thereupon, we knew, our endeavor was valuable.
3. We always endeavor to please our customers.
4. We will always endeavor to offer you our most favorable rates.
5. The speaker said he would endeavor to illustrate.
6. The price tag for such an endeavor: $ 20million.
7. Subsequently, a government panel decided Uncle Sam should endeavor to ensure survival of at least three thousand pairs.
8. The one endeavor in which all Athenian citizens were considered equal was their capacity as citizens.
9. As in all other areas of endeavor requiring judgment, successful financial management requires a fine balance of a number of factors.
10. The only benefit of the endeavor came when old Benjamin Franklin became a friend of the young priest.
11. Determining motivation in any human endeavor is a murky matter, but two motives stand out: making money and making law.
12. Installing a hard drive is not the hellish endeavor it once was, grizzled hardware veterans tell me.
13. The cost of this endeavor is so enormous that it seems most unlikely to happen.
14. Another pro bono endeavor involves representing a convicted murderer from Indiana.
15. Achievement is the death of endeavor and the birth of disgust. Ambrose Bierce
16. Thwarting Chan and the girls in their endeavor to uncover the gold are roving bands of unaffiliated bad guys.
17. You are such a talented and smart member of our team and we are truly grateful of having you. Though, you decide to walk an extra mile we are always here to support you. We just wish you more success on your new endeavor. Thank you because the way you motivate us is something remarkable.
18. This makes for a patchwork quality with occasional repetition, but the book is still a worthwhile reading endeavor.
18. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and build good sentences.
19. One of the country's most innovative printmakers has brought the spectrum of artistic endeavor to the Old Pueblo.
20. As an action hero, Fletcher fails miserably in this endeavor.
21. A doctrine of creation could give coherence to scientific endeavor in so far as it implied a dependable order behind the flux of nature.
22. They began to see that devoting time and energy to this endeavor bore fruit.
23. Looking up the hollow from our back porch, the mown field was the only sign of human endeavor.
24. The way to gain a good reputation is to endeavor to be what you desire to appear. Socrates
25. But cleaning your windows is not the uncomplicated, value-neutral endeavor you thought it was.
26. Moreover, Sally may have stalled or prevented a research endeavor with potentially valuable outcomes to the organization.
27. He genuinely tries to bring fairness, goodness and other verities to an endeavor that in many ways militates against such objectives.
28. The quality of a person's life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor. Vince Lombardi
29. Should our carriers become separated during attacks by enemy aircraft, they will endeavor to remain within visual touch.
30. Writing about travel writing has been a scholarly or critical endeavor almost as long.
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