Endeavor and endeavour are the American and British variants, respectively, of a plural noun that refers to effortful or time-consuming attempts to do something.
Endeavor is the American version of this word.
Endeavour is the British version.
What do you mean endeavor?
Definition of endeavor. (Entry 1 of 2) transitive verb. 1 : to attempt (something, such as the fulfillment of an obligation) by exertion of effort endeavors to finish the race. 2 archaic : to strive to achieve or reach.
How do you use endeavor?
endeavor Sentence Examples
- Perhaps we should endeavor to approach our problem together.
- I will endeavor to speak a good word for the truth.
- In an endeavor to ensure your privacy, we’ll meet your requirements.
- It was a huge endeavor to get the triplets dressed and ready to play in the snow.
How do you spell future endeavors?
Endeavor is the American English spelling of the word.
When to Use Endeavors
- To assist him in his endeavors, Mr. Eccleston hired a cavalcade of analysts.
- I’m sorry that I cannot help you, but I wish you well in your future endeavors.
- Planning a trip to track gorillas is an intricate endeavor. –New York Post.
What does future endeavor mean?
In simple terms it refers to things one wants to do, to achieve, in the future. Similar to “future actions” with a nuance of striving towards a goal, a project. It’s significance is in it’s use as a stock phrase in dismissal letters – “… and we wish you every success in your future endeavours.”