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en·deav·or (ĕn-dĕv'ər) pronunciation
1. A conscientious or concerted effort toward an end; an earnest attempt.
2. Purposeful or industrious activity; enterprise.
v., -ored, -or·ing, -ors.
To attempt (fulfillment of a responsibility or an obligation, for example) by employment or expenditure of effort: endeavored to improve the quality of life in the inner city.
To work with a set or specified goal or purpose.
[Middle English endevour, from endeveren, to make an effort, from (putten) in dever, (to put oneself) in duty, make it one's duty : in, in; see in1 + dever, duty (from Old French deveir, devoir, duty; see devoir).]
1. A trying to do or make something: attempt, crack, effort, essay, go, offer, stab, trial, try. Informal shot. Slang take. Archaic assay. See try.
2. The use of energy to do something: effort, exertion, pain (used in plural), strain1, striving, struggle, trouble, while. Informal elbow grease. See work/play.
To make an attempt to do or make: assay, attempt, essay, seek, strive, try. Idioms: have a go at, havemaketakea shot at, havetakea whack at, make a stab at, take a crack at. See try.