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endeavornoun achievement, aim, application, assiduity, attempt, bid, campaign, cause, conatus, contentio, deed, effort, emprise, enterprise, essay, exercise, exertion, experiment, exploit, feat, labor, nisus, pains, project, pursuit, quest, scheme, search, strain, strenuous effort, struggle, sustained trial, task, toil, travail, trial, try, venture, work
endeavorverb address oneself to, aim, apply oneeelf to, aspire, assay, assume, attempt, attempt strenuuusly, be resolute, bestir oneself, bid, compete for, conari, contendere, do all one can, do one's best, do one's utmost, engage in, essay, exert effort, exert oneself, labor, make a bid, make an attempt, make an effort, persevere, pursue, put oneself out, resolve, risk, seek, set about, spare no effort, spare no pains, strain, strive, struggle, tackle, take a crack at, take action, take on, take pains, take up, take upon oneself, test, toil, trouble oneself, try, undertake, venture, vie for, work at
See also: activity, attempt, business, calling, campaign, conatus, course, creation, effort, enterprise, experiment, industry, intend, labor, occupation, profession, project, pursuit, strive, struggle, test, trial, try, undertake, undertaking, venture, work
ENDEAVOR, crim. law. An attempt. (q.v.) Vide Revolt.